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Prague, Hlavni mesto Praha, Czech Republic
March 9, 2011
New York, New York
February 22, 2002
From journal A Month In Prague
May 10, 2008
From journal Prague – The Paris of the East?
Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey
January 2, 2002
From journal Prague 2001
Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
August 20, 2001
Bohemia Bagel also offers the opportunity to use the internet.
From journal Prague, Capital of Eastern Europe
May 9, 2011
St. Louis, Missouri
July 27, 2003
There are two Bohemian Bagels Restaurants in Prague. The newer store has double the seating capacity and has 10 internet terminals for use at the minimal fee of only $1.75 per hour. We went to the older one across the river towards the castle (in Ujedz). It was small, but had a really nice ambiance. There were a few tables and chairs for outside seating, as well as the small inside restaurant area and bar.
Another big advantage here is that for a small extra fee on your drinks, you can get a bottomless glass of soda or cup of coffee! That may not seem too special, unless you're a spoiled American like myself! After walking for hours, the refills are really nice to have!
From journal Prague--"The City of One Hundred Towers and Spires
Los Angeles, California
August 1, 2003
Bohemia Bagel is a great place. There are two locations, both of which offer exactly the same things, from the food to the interior design. One is in the Mala Strana, on Ujezd, and the other is in the Stare Mesto (Old Town) on Masna. It was opened by an American, as far as I remember, and this is definitely the place in Prague to go for a good bagel, coffee, or dessert.
They have a number of types of bagels that can be purchased individually at fairly cheap prices. In addition, there are a number of bagel sandwiches, most of which are truly delicious. I recommend that everyone that finds themselves in Prague immediately go to Bohemia Bagel and get themselves a Triple-Decker Turkey Club sandwich. This is, in my opinion, the best thing on their menu.
They offer bottomless cups of coffee and soda, and the coffee is a great option if you just want a regular cup of decent coffee, something I often couldn't find while in Prague.
The drawback, of course, is that it's a little more expensive than most places in Prague. If you get a soda or coffee (about 2 USD), a bagel sandwich, and a cookie, you'll be spending a little over 10 USD. Nevertheless, the price is worth it.
Another advantage of Bohemia Bagel is that it's equipped (at both locations) with computers hooked up to broadband internet. The prices are slightly higher than other internet cafes in Prague, but not by much (15 minutes for about 1 USD).
For more information, see their website.
Overall, a great place to have a quick and good lunch. The one in the Old Town even features a small outdoor area where you can eat outside, as well as separate smoking and non-smoking areas. They do, however, have a tendency to play strange techno remixes of five year-old songs.
From journal Insider's Guide to Prague