In the café, expanded with tables in the passage and the courtyard of the two-storey Baroque house, you can feel the authentic Lesser Town atmosphere. It is hidden in one of the houses called At the Queen Bee. The original owners reportedly acquired the land of the former bishop’s gardens with beehives as a reward from Rudolf II. A group of friends has run the café since 2016, and they aimed to build a café mainly for locals, friends, and acquaintances. It has since become a popular meeting place for young people. It hosts screenings, concerts, board game tournaments, basement quizzes or karaoke parties, and, in the underground club, public readings, theatre performances, or debates.