Caf� Prague in Morrison, Colorado is an upscale dining experience that offers a fusion of fine European and American cuisine. The menu includes items such as Hungarian goulash, German sausage, wild game and roast duck. Homemade desserts and a soup of the day are a delicious start and end to your meal at Caf� Prague.
Enjoy the warm fireplace in the dining room in cold weather or sit near the open kitchen to watch your meal being cooked. There is also outdoor seating available for warm weather and the dining room welcomes groups of all sizes and ages at Caf� Prague.
The food and atmosphere were good. The service was very slow, according to our waitress the hangup was in the kitchen. The food was good but overpriced. We will recommend Cafe Prague to friends but we will warn them about both the high prices and the slow service.
We also found that a couple of paintings in the restaurant were done by an old friend, that recently passed away. It was fun to see them.
Café Prague is always good and definitely tries to please.
As always, we enjoy Cafe Prague. IF you want an authentic European restaurant, especially one representing the Czech Republic, Cafe Prague is THE place! Although we we not able to dine outside and enjoy the wonderful patio (rainy weather), we really enjoy the atmosphere at Cafe Prague.
Always enjoy Cafe Prague. They have a selection of dishes from weiner schnitzel to fish. Enjoy sitting on the patio in the spring/summer/early fall. They have live music on the weekends. The wait staff are friendly. The owner always greets us with a smile. It's a nice little place to go for dinner and it has always provided us with a great experience!
Unfortunately the service was very slow. It appeared the poor waitress was task with too many tables. Bar service was very slow. A round of drinks ordered before the meal came after we ate dinner?
We have been to the restaurant several times and this was the best one because of the wait service-much better people than a year ago.
Owner very on top of things and professional
This evening was not our first visit to Cafe Prague, but was the first time we sat outside. The food was great, as always, and the Czech wines and menu selections are a delight. The service was great even though we got there at the end of the evening. If you like eastern European food, this is a great spot to dine!
My husband took me to Café Prague for my birthday and it was absolutely wonderful. We were greeted by the host, a nice man with a smile. We opted to sit outside, even though it had a chance of rain...the courtyard patio was beautiful. Many overlapping umbrellas did the trick when it started to drizzle. The pretty lights and nice décor really made you feel like you were eating in an European café. I ordered the traditional Czech dinner: Pork and Dumplings. It was delicious. My husband ordered the beef stroganoff...also delicious. The meat was very tender, and cooked a perfect medum rare... I grew up eating at a Czech restaurant in Manhattan called "The Ruc" as my father's family is Czech and this meal was about as authentic as you can get. We will definitely return.
This was my second visit to Morrison, CO and Cafe Prague, and my friend, son and his wife's first. I fell in love with it my first visit, and it has not changed. We had a superb meal - fresh and delicious; the service was top shelf; the setting is beautiful (sat outside this time). It is always a treat to return to a place and know that the food, service and experience remains constant. I highly recommend Café Prague to everyone !!!!
Went to Café Prague with business associates before attending a concert a Red Rocks. Dining room is a little dark and dated, but the service was friendly and efficient and the food was very good. Wine selections were limited, but solid choices and reasonably priced. Solid choice for a pre-concert dinner that may be easier to get into than some of the other local restaurants.
Another excellent experience at Cafe Prague. We had six in our group, and were offered either inside or outside seating. We chose inside, as it was a business meal, and we wanted a little quieter environment. Fortunately, we were given the "back room", and had a wonderful time and meal. Our waiter "Paulie" has been there a long time, and explained the specials thoroughly to our group (four of the six were first-timers). Everyone enjoyed the food, the service, and the ambiance.
Wonderful place to meet and enjoy such delicious food
Extremely appalling customer service. This was our 3rd visit, chosen for dinner before a Red Rocks concert. I thought our 515 reservation left plenty of time for 730 show, wrong. No hello or welcome greeting at the door-just a warning to order quickly as they expected 100 diners within the hour. We ordered as quickly as our server allowed-she also greeted us with the dire warning. 1 app, 4 entrees and a bottle of wine. It was 80 minutes before the entrees arrived. No apologies from the server or owner when we were able to flag them down, just more reiteration of the busy night excuse. I understand busy, I don't understand why the customer is treated as an inconvenience for coming on a busy night. I didn't let 100 people in the door when it opened. Our group of 4 arrived early when only 5-6 tables were occupied and watched multiple groups arrive after us and get served before us. The reason given for that?- those were tables of 2. Really? It wasn't true , they were groups of 4-5, but why should that matter? The server blamed the kitchen, the kitchen blamed the computer. I don't want to hear excuses, I want a sincere apology. And maybe comp that 2nd bottle of wine instead of providing a single complimentary piece of cake that we didn't have time to eat as we were already late for the show. Of our group of 4, we have 7 children who are long time restaurant owners, chefs, managers and servers. We understand the issues. None of them would never blame the customers for coming on a busy night.
Unfortunately, the owner takes no accountability for his own restaurant failings . The food is decent, heavy on the schnitzel, potatoes and red cabbage but that's their thing. The specials are lighter and have been very good. But we're never going back. Next time it's Tony Rigatoni's, just down the street. Rooftop bar, friendly staff. No schnitzel, or excuses.
A high lite for the town of Morrison, Colorado! Must watch out for the afternoon/evening rain showers while dining on the patio. The singer/guitarist was a nice touch for background music on the patio. The food, wine, and alcoholic drink menu's were extensive with quality you would expect from a great little restaurant.