This restaurant has a very good reputation and the food was excellent.Apparently many famous people have eaten there.
My only concern was that the service was slow and the prices are expensive compared to other local restaurants.
Favorite Dish: No favourite to date.
This restaurant serves great stone oven baked pizza's. Made fresh and cooked in a big clay oven, they taste great. The restaurant has a pub downstairs and on the first floor there is a restaurant and outside terrace which is great on a nice day.
they serve all types of food including traditional Czech food and pizza. Food is great price is reasonable and service is good to.
Favorite Dish: No favourite to date but every dish ive had there has been very nice.
The Lucky Bar has a mix of customers. Mainly a younger crowd. It has pool tables and other games machines and plays up-to-date music. Good atmosphere but a little dark and smokey at times. Prices are ok, good list of drinks including cocktails.
Dress Code: No dress code.
There are many pubs in Ceska Lipa but this one is slightly different as it has an English theme, theres even a real, old, red English phone box in the pub. Great atmosphere and the owner really looks after you. We have had many good nights in here. Give it a try, especially busy at the weeeknds.
Dress Code: No dress code
Dont be tempted to buy clothes and other goods from these shops or markets. They are very cheap but thats for a reason. they are made of poor quality goods and they will not last long, sometimes even days. Put some extra money towards better quality items.
Unique Suggestions: If you do go, don't show how much money you have and try to speak in Czech. If you carn't get someone who can to speak for you. If they know yours a touist you will get ripped off.
Fun Alternatives: There are limited high quality stores in town so stick to the shops in the centre or go to a larger town like Liberec or Prague.
Jedlova is a mountain 30 minutes away from C. Lipa on train. Beautiful scenery and it is a more well known tourist atraction. There is an old look out tower at the top of the mountain which is possible to walk up on foot.
From top of the tower you can see Germany. At the bottom of the tower is a nice restaurant with few rooms. Lovely food and also a skiing slope next to it.
There are two "department stores" opposite each other in the town centre. Each of the department stores sell a wide range of goods and both have a supermarket on te lower levels.
However if your used to large more well known separtment stores in other countries you might get a bit of a culture shock. Dont expect them to be anything like the ones back home, still great entertainment looking around them.