Acid washed jeans, baggies, MTV, Polaroids, Walkmen, eight-track tapes, cassettes, digital watches – and a few quintessentially Czechoslovak features like Pedro chewing gum, Tuzex stores, foreign currency coupons, and imported Burda and Bravo magazines – these are the images that come to mind when recalling the golden Eighties… At Cafe 80’s you’ll go back in time to the rhythm of the biggest hits of the 1980s.
On the ground floor of Cafe 80’s you’ll find a café-restaurant offering a fantastic coffee as well as an array of typical Czech appetizers, open-faced sandwiches, and other specialties 80s.
Music Club 80’s in the basement features a lit floor, bar and VIP lounge. A fantastic line-up of disc jockeys will play the decade’s greatest tunes. This is exactly the type of scene that Prague has been missing. Club 80’s welcomes everyone, not just the generation that grew up in the Eighties and likes to reminisce about the decade of bizarre fashion, new trends, the first PCs, music videos, falling walls and hits that remain popular to this day.