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Radost FX Cafe

Radost FX

December 11, 2008 Rozanne Woodward 0 Comments

Radost FX Cafe

{xtypo_dropcap}S{/xtypo_dropcap}tart your evening with cocktails and dinner for two, there are many hearty and healthy courses to choose from the menu, which is a piece of art itself.

 

The food is well priced and anybody can find a dish of all things pasta and vegetarian.

 

Then, move to the FX Gallery and have a few more drinks while listening to the house DJ mix his tunes and hold court.

 

There is always hip music playing, interesting photography and art on the walls, and the couches are very spacious for two people to enjoy themselves.

 

Radost gets our top vote for best lounge location.

 

Once your night is rolling, sneak down to the dance floor downstairs. While it can get a little tight, especially when a fashion action is in motion, the place is perfectly filled for the popular night Soul train, where you can get your fill of Rap and Hip-Hop beats.

 

If you have any class E’s laying around, take them; if not, find some. Lasers this good and a crowd this ludicrous should never be wasted on a coherent mind.

 

Grease boys peer and primp in cracked, gold-glittery mirrors; girls thrust and writhe with eyes open to see who’s looking. The DJ showed moments of brilliance, and if nobody else noticed that the rest is crap, why should you? If you can’t get your mind bent, go upstairs to the cafe or gallery to relax and begin denying everything you just saw.

 

Radost FX has been voted one of the 20 best clubs in the world (outside Britain of course) by Ministry Magazine. Along with Ultraschall in Munich, and Pacha in Ibiza it’s quite an honor, if you haven’t been their for awhile there has been a resurgence of good music and wild crowds.

Radost FX in ministry magazine

Radost was also voted the “Best Art gallery to crash for free drinks” in the Think Magazine Reader’s Choice Survey

Radost FX galleryNothing’s better than a comfortable sofa or arm-chair. They know all about this at Radost and make use of it to the full.

A perfectly done interior, pleasant lighting, good music, everything prompting you to sit down with a coffee or glass of wine.

 

Add an interesting exhibition to all of that, you get a tranquillity in which you can peacefully meditate on the works exhibited enjoying a free drink.

 

Reason to go: to meet German tourists, then avoid them.

 

– Radost FX, Belehradska 120, Prague 2, Prague, Czech Republic, Tel: +420 2 2425 4776, fax: +420 2 2251 3114, Metro: IP Pavlova, Tram: 4, 6, 10, 11, 16, 22, 23, 51, 56, 57, www.radostfx.cz

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