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Cowboys Steak and Cocktails
Prague
Cowboys, the newest restaurant from Kampa Group and the first real steakhouse in Prague, offers a great variety of steaks and seafood at very affordable prices. Situated on the hill just below Prague Castle, it offers a spectacular view of Prague from its upper garden, as well as a modern main restaurant and cocktail bar in the vaulted lower level.
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Загружена: 04/09/2008
Обновлено: 02/06/2014
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Jeffrey Martin
Cowboys Steak and Cocktails
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