Prague's Nove Mesto quarter is dotted with restaurants, cafes and beer halls all serving Czech specialties from Bohemian platter in Pivovarsky Dum to roast goose in Mlynec. Prague is the only city with a dancing house. When the Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry designed the Dancing House to fill the place of a bombed apartment, the finished building caused quite a stir in 1996. The only way to see the inside is dining in Restaurant Celeste on the top floor. You will be treated to topnotch French cuisine. The sweeping view is the bonus. You can listen to rousing accordion music in Art Nouveau decorated Plzenska Restaurant, in the Municipal House. This is also the perfect spot to rest your feet for a while and indulge in Viennese coffee and crispy apple strudel with a big dollop of whipped cream. Come back in the evening for the full meal. Join the locals and spend the evening in micro-brewery Novomestsky Pivovar drinking the home brew accompanied by schnitzels as large as doormats. Like many Prague restaurants Zofin Garden Restaurant is very child friendly. A play corner with toys, books and crayons inside. The outside playground with swings and climbing frames will make them very hungry.