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The menu is chock full of schnitzel, goulash, and bread and meat dumplings, so come with your appetite ready.
You can order a host of beers in 100-milliliter denominations, but 300 milliliters seems about right for a nice big beer, at $5.
A Czech native leaves construction for his dream to serve the food of his homeland at this Fort Greene cafe.
Czech food with a modern twist at the Bohemian National Hall on the Upper East Side.
Despite its name, Milan offers Slovak cuisine with Czech echoes.
Polished Eastern European brasserie journeys to Brooklyn's South Slope.
Take a culinary detour to Astoria, where you can get your fill of Slovak and Czech cuisine.
Everything about this Czech and Slovak eatery – from the wall décor (traditional dresses and other artifacts from the motherland) to the friendly...
Category: Bars & Clubs/Beer Garden
This Astoria beer hall is one of the last (and best) of its kind.