Restaurant Café St. Wenceslas is located in the center of Prague, in the upper part of Wenceslas Square. The restaurant is named after St. Wenceslas 907 - 935, Czech prince, who is considered the main Czech patron saint. The contemporary interior is 200 seats and two bars. From April to September the garden in front of restaurant with 80 seats. The restaurant is fully air conditioned and has divided sections for smokers and nonsmokers. The pride of the restaurant is mostly Czech cuisine with meals prepared according to original old Czech recipes. From rich menu selects even fan of international cuisine. Since we are in Bohemia, we tap Pilsner beer (light and black) and spill out Moravian wines. Every Tuesday and Thursday plays excellent jazz band of four No problem. Since its opening in July 2000, the restaurant has built numerous Czech and foreign clients. For our guests, we prepared loyalty program, which includes other restaurants of our company.
Saint Prince Wenceslas (907 – 935)
Saint Wenceslas is a symbol of the Czech state, the patron of the Czech lands and our restaurant. Prince Wenceslas was an unusually educated and devout ruler for his time. He was murdered by his brother Boleslav before the gates of the Church in Stará Boleslav (Old Boleslav). His remains are kept at Saint Vitus’ Cathedral at Prague castle. After his death Wenceslas began to be revered for his devoutness and posthumous miracles as a saint. Today there are many churches consecrated in the name of Saint Wenceslas and many streets and squares named after him in Czech towns. The most famous place in Czech history is Wenceslas Square with the equestrian statue of Saint Wenceslas located in the upper part of the square. The date of Wenceslas’ death – 28th September – is a state holiday in the Czech Republic.