Vinograf

Prague-City-Center

4.5 / 5

May 11, 2018

Prague remains a city associated by most people with its beer, but while a vast chilled glass of Pilsner on a hot afternoon is still something of a must, the city has a growing wine culture and you’d be remiss not to explore it.

Prague remains a city associated by most people with its beer, but
while a vast chilled glass of Pilsner on a hot afternoon is still something
of a must, the city has a growing wine culture and you’d be remiss not to
explore it. Vinograf is a stylish wine bar and restaurant at Senovazne
Namesti, which serves a range of Czech wines, mostly from the clement regions
of South Moravia, alongside imports from elsewhere in Europe, including Austria,
France, Italy, and Hungary. The room is elegant: light, white and airy,
spacious despite its vaulted ceiling, with bottles arrayed temptingly around
the place on shelves, several splashes of greenery and a series of specials
chalked up on a board. The atmosphere is convivial and the food menu, which
features tasty Mediterranean and creative Czech dishes (the latter including
goose soup, beetroot tartare and marinated pork with potatoes and bacon) is
also worth exploring. Wine pairings are available with all their dishes and prices
are very reasonable, particularly for local wines though imported bottles are
a bit steeper.