Café NOD

Cafe NODDoubleshot coffee in an art gallery? Yes, please. Today we are at Café NOD, part of the experimental NOD Gallery on Dlouhá Street between Náměstí Republiky and Old Town Square. It’s friendly, lovely and well-priced.

The café is on the second floor, so don’t worry if you walk in and the place looks deserted. It’s a wide open space with lots of tables. We snagged one in the window and had a fascinating view of some floating blow-up men hanging above the street. Above the long bar (the café is open late) is what I consider a massive dog bone. The friendly barista brought my dog a nice big bowl of water and he made a good cappuccino for only 42 CZK. The rest of the space is done in soft beige and browns, nice furniture and small framed paintings. It doesn’t have the look of an edgy gallery café, more a demur appearance and vibe.

Cafe NOD2NOD gets kicks for coffee, friendliness, interior and location. They serve light meals and drinks in the evenings. And you can check out some art pre-or-post caffeine fix.

Café NOD: Prague, Czech Republic: 4 Caffeine Kicks

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