New cafe in Prague where you'll be served in total darkness

Have you ever been served in a restaurant in a complete darkness? No? You have a chance to try it soon in Prague. For eight days you can visit cafe POTME (translated as In the dark) in Ovocny trh in Prague, behind the Estates Theatre.

You will be served by blind people who will bring your coffee to the table. The sugar will be given into your hand and it’s up to you to put it into your cup. It’s not so easy as it seems. You can try what it means to do things in the complete darkness.

The cafe will be open from Wednesday 6th June until 13th June between 10:00 to 22:00. The price of the coffee is 70 CZK, but it also includes a souvenir in the form of a cup.

The project is organized by Svetluska fund which helps blinded people to have better life. The patron of Svetluska, Aneta Langerova, is the first winner of Superstar (the Czech version of the music talent competition Idols). She will be present at the opening of the cafe at 11:00 on 6th June.

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