Můstek Restaurant (can be translated like Bridge Restaurant) is located in the lower part of Wenceslas Square, at the intersection Na Můstku and Provaznicka streets, directly opposite the metro exit. In the Middle Ages at this place led a trade route and stood there stone bridge - from which came the name Na Můstku. The restaurant offers its customers 80 seats in the stylish interior and in the summer a small front garden. The restaurant is partially air-conditioned and has divided sections for smokers and nonsmokers. Varied menu focuses on Czech specialties and international cuisine, which offers particularly excellent Pilsner beer and selected Moravian wines. Because our philosophy is keen customer, we try not to feed him and watered, but also fun. Every Monday and Wednesday plays jazz group No problem. For our guests we have prepared a loyalty program, which includes other restaurants of our company. Our desire is to make our guests feel like at home and want to come back again.
Of the Executioner
On the place where Můstek restaurant stands today, there was a bridge linking Prague’s old and new towns in the Middle Ages. By the bridge stood an inn, which was owned by a beautiful innkeeper. She was admired by a well-known Prague executioner, which was why he was a frequent patron. In addition, excellent mead that was famous throughout Prague was served here. He also usually played the well-known game “vrchcáby” – dice – with his companions here. Once, on the way to the place of execution, which was on the site of today’s Old Town Square, he stopped here. He drank and played. He got so drunk that he missed not only the execution itself, but also lost his executioner’s cap and axe at dice.