San Francisco, CA 94111
SF Weekly's Description
San Francisco's only Czech eatery offers the rococo ambience of a capital "B" Bohemian café. Tucked up a Gold Rush-era alleyway, the cafe's sidewalk tables, beamed ceilings, Prague street signs, and cheesy Central European pop soundtrack create an apropos setting for goulash, dumplings, grilled sausages, and steak tartare. There are Czech beers on tap as well as spiced wine and some nice strudel. If you're not eating much, the overstuffed sofas, potted plants, and well-stocked bookshelf make this a relaxing place to hang out. Cash only.
Tips from foursquare
Try the Paprika Goulash and spot it on Foodspotting!
Have a beer, sit outside, and watch the tourists stumble by.
The pitcher is not relly pitcher, it more like a giant pint for one
They take only cash!
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