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Posted by S Grey on 07/19/2011
As an UES resident who usually travels downtown for exciting cuisine, this was absolutely amazing. This is a definite NYC gem that outshines even some of the more established downtown hip/foodie/upscale restaurants. The restaurant has a prix fix menu, 2 plates for 32, and beer around 7-8 dollars. The environment is gorgeous (dark wood interior, spacious. fun for groups and couples, amazingly welcoming staff). Amazingly fun for a friday night dinner and drinks! But lets cut to the restaurant....The beer? Superb and crisp pilsner urqell. Full bar and wine list too, for the non beer loving crowd. The food? delicate, satisfying, perfect portions. Czech food was never so appealing! I went for a 3rd plate (12 dollars in addition) and it was a perfect amount and definitely worth it... Cant wait to come back again.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/28/2011
Father's day gift for a Czech dad and it exceeded all of our expectations! Beer tasting is a must and great fun. Every appetizer and entree skillfully prepared and beautiful. Can't wait to go back again!
Posted by Anonymous on 06/14/2011
Hospoda is a pleasant shock to the senses that is used to dealing with the trite and prosaic that fills the city. Its an absolute gem of a place in every which way. The beer and food combo are exquisite and I think that every self respecting beer drinker and those of us that don't imbibe the drink should go in and experience the revelation. Very Very Highly Recommended!
Posted by zagoren on 06/08/2011
a great addition to the neighborhood. a gorgeous room with a tripped-out mural in walnut. the theme is beer and high-end austrain-czech style new cuisine. the portions are a a tad small, but with a big glass of beer the 32 dollar 2 - course prix fixe will definitely satisfy. the veal schnitzel with cucumber gelee was tender and an improvement on the normal slab of pork schnitzel that you get at places like blauganze down in tribeca. the barley/farro vegetarian dish was good comfort food. (though i might have enjoyed a twist on it...i leave it to the chef). the duck breast app was light, cold and tasty with beer.