Photos by Gaby Sosa, (American University), Student Correspondent for CET Film Production at FAMU, Spring 2022
Munching down on a pizza before class.
Classic oatmeal, topped with berries, bananas, nuts and a drizzle of peanut butter. This vegan café is right next to studio FAMU and quickly became a go to.
Monk superfood bowl! SO delicious, filling and perfect brunch option. It’s nooked away in Old Town.
Everest Indian Restaurant! Our mentor personally recommended this.
Drinks at the Glass Bar. Contrary to the picturesque backdrop, it was chilly.
Banana nut bread for the road. Corner bakery is near Arepas De Lyna. It’s ideal for studying, and establishes an interior aesthetic.
Arepas Con Todo. Arepas De Lyna quickly became the favorite place to eat. We made several fond memories here.
Also, taken at the vegan place but downstairs. The cookie’s taste bland but the coffee did its job.
You’ll hear Billa, Tesco, Albert and even Lidl but do not hesitate to check out Delmart near the palladium. Great quality nut butters, go to meals, and snacks.
Awkward segue to Tesco but yes grab milk chocolate covered almonds from Tesco! Or any covered nut from Tesco.
Churros covered in chocolate sauce from Arepas De Lyna moving in uber riding back to FAMU. Fun fact, our PM bought us these churros on our last day of shooting. Shout out to Iris.
The white cream stuff was not for me. This crispy chocolate brownie top, though, mediated how the bottom half of the brownie melted.
The Globe. The Globe. The Globe. It’s where the cool kids hang out. Albeit, American tourists and exchange students who also happen to be employees there too. The café is also a bookstore with a collection of books. Pictured here is a club sandwich with a sad salad. Think Panera but with Barnes & Noble.
First time trying Gyros. There are lots of gyro shops around Prague. For a reliable go-to late night snack, pizza is your best shot, though.
Ah, coffee gelato, what a treat. Ending things off on a sweet note… no literally.