Bohemia Pavilion
Na Výstavišti

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The Neo-Renaissance Pavilion of the Bohemia Restaurant, or also the Petzold Restaurant, was built for the Jubilee Exhibition in 1891 and is therefore one of the oldest buildings in Výstaviště. The Pavilion originally served for the presentation of the Plzeň brewery.

The first tenant of the restaurant in 1891 was the famous hotelier and restaurateur Václav Petzold, under whose name the restaurant pavilion is maintained in the list of monuments. Despite neglected maintenance and the interrupted tradition of use during the 2nd half of the 20th century, the building has been preserved in almost its original condition until now, even though it has lost its authentic equipment and a number of details. It was considerably damaged both structurally and technically. It is currently undergoing comprehensive reconstruction, which should be completed in the summer of 2022.

The maximum capacity upon completion is for 164 visitors.


  • Main hall 157 m2 for 80 persons
  • Bar 54 m2 for 28 seated persons
  • Two lounges on the first floor, each with 48 m2 for 28 people
  • Terraces
  • 1274 m2


  • Audio/video technology
  • Summer barrier-free entrances from terraces
  • Cooking kitchen with complete gastronomical equipment on the ground floor
  • Separate gastronomical preparation on the first floor


  • Conferences
  • Banquets, business breakfasts
  • Exhibitions and art openings
  • Private events, weddings

Other advantages

  • A quiet location
  • Exterior staircase from Stromovka
  • Excellent public transport accessibility, parking in the complex
  • Separate entrance for restaurants
  • Separate facilities for staff

Do you have a questions? Contact us.

Julie Schwenková

Telefon: +420 778 768 280

Aleš Kalný
Telefon: +420 778 726 307

Jan Siro
Telefon: +420 771 127 674

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