This is one of the best restaurants/pubs I've ever been to. It has it's own microbrewery on site, producing light and dark beers, a children's play area outside featuring climbing frames, slides and half a car and a kitchen which does excellent soups and a mean steak tartare.
The main bar and dining area is packed with music and automotive memorabilia, including an old Skoda Octavia coupe converted into a dining booth and a roaring log burning heater for the winter.
There are several other bars in the club area which are open during live music events and beer festivals, decorated with huge murals of classic Rock and Roll stars, old musical instruments, and tastefully arranged sections of cars, motorbikes and trucks to amuse the eye.
The staff are very friendly and although not all of them speak any English, they are very patient while you point at things and count with your fingers!
It's quite a long way from the city centre but right next to the tram terminus and the tram (Number 4) goes all the way through the city centre, so there's no need to change if you're not familiar with Ostrava. It's also dog-friendly, if you have a friendly dog.
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