The placement of Mánes Gallery was built on the land of the former Šítkovské mlýny (Šítkov Mill) in 1928-1930th, on request of the Union of Fine Arts. The architect of the premises is Otakar Novotný. This is a functional complex of premises, which includes exhibition halls
, a restaurant, terrace grill
, lounge bar
and the café
The ceiling of the restaurant is decorated with Emil Filla's murals – a Czech painter, sculptor, one of the prominent representatives of Czech Cubism. The construction of the premises was also financially supported by the president Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk.
Mánes Gallery is a meeting place for people who appreciate beauty, art and gastronomic specialties.
Inside the placement of the restaurant, you can enjoy the sounding of the Steinway grand piano of 1897, on which the famous Czech compositor Jaroslav Ježek played in 30th years of the past century.
Executive Chef Jaroslav Zahalka's refined, unexpectedly playful dishes highlight exceptional ingredients and seasonality in three distinct culinary experiences: a traditional Czech cuisine, prepared according to the modern culinary tendencies, the view on the riverfront, the Prague Castle and the Dancing House, and the bespoke service, attentive but informal, simple but sophisticated.Art Restaurant Mánes Capacity:
130 seats / 200 standees
+ restaurant terrace 40 seats