Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. If your hotel doesn't offer it, you'll need to find a spot where you can fuel up for you busy day of sightseeing. Unfortunately, the Czech Republic isn't a big breakfast country, with most people opting for some simple bread with butter or cheese and coffee or tea. The majority of restaurant here don't open until 11am. Most cafes will have a little something you can nibble on; however "true" breakfasts will be pricey.
Your best breakfast bet is Bohemia Bagel. Bagels, breakfast sandwiches, huge plates of eggs and pancakes - this is where you get the good stuff. Another decent option is Café Lounge which offers food all day. Bakeshop Praha is legendary for its carrot cake and chocolate brownie. Muffins, croissants and the like can be had as well.
For some history with your breakfast, hit one of the big three classic Prague cafes: Savoy, Slavia or Louvre. Louvre probably does the best breakfast traffic - the place is nearly always packed. For a more American feel, hit Kava Kava Kava. Café Resto Patio has a decent breakfast menu, but the prices may make you cringe.
Prefer brunching? Radost F/X does a lovely vegetarian one on the weekends - even meat eaters will enjoy the spread. For a classy start to your Sunday, head to La Rotonde for their Sunday Jazz Brunch. A beautiful buffet, spiced up with live jazz.
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