Café Neustadt is a hidden treasure and quite literally so. The café is charmingly situated in a concealed courtyard just off of Karlovo náměstí and a short walk from Lazarská tram stop (the magical place where all night trams stop). The large courtyard – actually belonging to the New Town Hall and for history buffs where one of the Prague defenestrations went down – is the perfect mix of modern and rustic. Café Neustadt is the brain child of the Prague urbanist and idol of Prague hipsters, Ondřej Kobza; afterall he started café V lese, Bajkazyl, and is the man behind the random pianos all over the city. By day Café Neustadt is just a quaint café, but by night it’s party central. If you thought good parties were thrown at café V lese, stay up to date with Neustadt’s Facebook page so you know when things are about to get crazy here. When there’s a party on (think debaucherous electro parties or local bands playing in the courtyard), Neustadt opens up and numerous other rooms appear. The place quadruples in size! The take away: Neustadt is a pretty cool place whether day or night.
Address: Karlovo náměstí 1, Prague 2
Non-smoking section: ?
Credit cards: No