“Having seen the success of past seasons and great feedback from our guests, we want to bring our visitors the unique experience of relaxing on our summer terrace again, this time complemented with gourmet specialties from our grill,” says Roman Uhlir, Cloud 9 master bartender and manager.
Guests can enjoy summer ambiance while listening to DJ lounge music and enjoying fabulous views of the Prague night skyline from comfortable sofas. The summer BBQ menu offers such highlights as a giant premium Scottish beef burger, which is ideal to share for 3 to 4 people or its gourmet version served with roasted foie gras. Furthermore there is a vegetarian burger, succulent Argentinian Black Angus beef, homemade sausages and other delicacies made to order on the outdoor grill.
To cool down during summer days Roman Uhlir recommends one of his signature cocktails, refreshing Mystic with ginger flavour or its non-alcoholic version Ginger Rain, the Mattoni Grand Night 2008 winner.
The summer terrace is open throughout the whole summer season, subject to weather conditions, the grill offer is available every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 6 pm till 10.30 pm.
Since June, Cloud 9 is one of the first non-smoking bars in Prague.
The whole BBQ menu could be found on: www.cloud9.cz/summer-terrace-bbq.htm
Reservations are recommended, please call + 420 224 842 999 or email email@example.com.
About Cloud 9 sky bar & lounge:
Cloud 9 sky bar & lounge on the rooftop of the Hilton Prague is the first true sky bar in Prague. With a bespoke lighting system and a unique interior, the bar is perfectly designed for every guest to indulge in captivating views of the city from the height of 40 meters above the river Vltava, both from behind the all-glass walls or from the outside terraces. Guests can enjoy original signature cocktails created by Roman Uhlir, one of the best Czech bartenders and mixologists and an innovative food concept ideal for sharing gourmet delicacies with friends. Since June 2014, Cloud 9 is a non-smoking bar, one of the first ones in Prague.