I got a tip about an awesome little club in Prague called "The Wings Club."
Has anyone ever been there in person?
Here's their write-up:
The Wings Club was founded in March 2004 in order to promote civilian and military aviation as well as good fellowships. Besides excellent food, variation of wines and desserts, "the club“ known amongst the fellow pilots, provides home away from home for members and visitors. It is a place where one can enjoy an unhurried meal while appearing to be in a little aviation museum.
Each detail is a reminder of the traditional Czechoslovakian pilots from the Second World War. The majority of artifacts are original goods which belong to one of the three founders of Wings Club, Mark Petru.
The collection, which represents only 10% of Mark's collection, will gradually be replaced with other artifacts, so that people will have the opportunity to view all unique aviation memorabilia, which until now have never been seen. All three founders of the Wings Club (George Vysoky, Petr Prediger, and Mark Petru, who are all pilots themselves), are keen to serve the public with knowledge and dedication so that they can support young aviation cadets that will be established in the near future. That will give the opportunity for young boys and girls who are financially not able to support their dream of flying.
Wings Club can accommodate up to 75 people and the V.I.P. room accommodates up to 12 people in a private setting, and is open daily from 11.30 – midnight.
See you soon at the place where the past meets the future!
Prague 3 - Vinohrady
Tel: 0420 775 636 304