Petřín Re:designed for Public

CaféRe:public is the answer (Re:) the (public) demand to make Petřín a place to return to once again.

OUR STORY
Story OF café re:public

Why did we open a café on the Petřín Hill?

Everyone has their own different wishes

The distinctive structure of the building inspired us to create a unique multifunctional space that offers a refined gastronomic experience in three dimensions.

The industrial café and bistro on the mid floor of the building offers a wide range of Czech cuisine with a light, modern twist. We prepare fresh sandwiches and home-made preserves each day, which perfectly complement our selection of wines and soft drinks. Naturally, we offer delicious, high-quality coffee, with a display cabinet full of tempting desserts and homemade cakes.

The rooftop terrace will enchant you with its view – from up here you can almost touch the lookout tower! During the summer, dishes from our grill, from fish to steaks to vegetarian grilled specialties deserve to be washed away with something of quality– so take advantage of one of our cold beers or refreshing cocktails.


Our premises are ideal for private parties, banquets, cocktails, birthday parties, engagement, bachelorette parties and informal business meetings. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.

The Re:birth of Petřín

Petřín Hill has been a cult location since time immemorial. With its cool cable carand quirky lookout tower, it regularly jostles with Prague Castle for the position of most visited place in the Czech Republic. There are popular songs about Petřín and it’s a romantic hangout where many Prague citizens had their first kiss.

In 2018,an extensive reconstruction took place in Petřín and its surroundings. Adjacent parks and gardens were revitalized, with pedestrian promenades and new openspaces, including an outdoor amphitheatre. Part of this revitalization of Petřín Hill was also the reconstruction of the old Czech Radiocommunication station, which lies in close proximity to the tower. The building, which was, during the previous regime, served for spying and wiretapping foreign embassies, was transformed into an open, three-storey café and bistro overlooking the lookout tower and surrounding parks.


BEfore reconstruction

Before After

AFTER Reconstruction