This square, late Classicist building, forming part of the “Kanálka” gardens, was built here as an excursion venue at the end of the 18th century. The rooftop terrace offered an interesting view of Prague and in the 19th century it was popular as a historic lookout tower. Later it became a pastry shop where visitors would come to enjoy their favourite glass of milk – hence the name “Mlíkárna” (The Dairy).
January – December
- Whole week
- 11.00 – 23.00
After WWII, the building was abandoned and became derelict. It was renovated in 2009 when it was once again opened to the public. It offers a pleasant place to sit on the terrace outside, an indoor, non-smoking room for 30 people and a two-storey rooftop terrace for 80 people. Pilsner Urquell and Gambrinus are on tap. In the summer months snacks from the grill are available, in the winter months you have the option of roasting sausages in the fire pit. Fresh homemade soups and various snacks are offered year-round.