It's old-world Bohemia, not hippie-chic, at this Czech beer hall located on the first floor of the National Bohemian Hall building. It exudes a classic European bar vibe with wood paneling, simple wood tables and vintage knick knacks. Naturally, beers and pilsners are the drink of choice, but for grape lovers, there is a nice European-focused wine list sprinkled with Czech and Austrian wines. Hearty fare is in store here. Svíčková, a flatiron steak in a deep orange all-spice accented sauce, leans sweet. Deep and flavorful, the meat is fork-tender, while the thick sauce is best when swiped up by the bread dumplings. Dumplings litter the menu, even at dessert, where strawberry-filled dumplings topped with crumbled gingerbread are a delicious finale.