|This caf� remains something of an S.F. favorite - even with its move from across Jackson Square. This time they are located down an alley from the Transamerica Pyramid. Outside there are a few tables. Inside, they still have the young, Czech-speaking baristas-in-training just in from the Czech Republic, Czech rock music, several places to sit and eat, and walls covered with all things Prague (incuding murals). It has a library-like feel, with framed artwork and a book motif. There's a large sports-playing TV screen next to a central bar that sports Czech beers and their two-group Elektra machine. Like their last location, it qualifies as bar and restaurant but can also serve as a caf�. The espresso here gets restaurant-style treatment, which is both good and bad. On the plus side, they're more upscale than the last location: offering a large glass of water and vessels for cream and sugar on the side. On the down side, they replaced their Caff� Roma coffee with Peet's and went from serving proper espresso shots to massive cups filled high with filter-drip-like coffee. Despite the bathtub to drink in, it's not quite as watery as you might expect. It comes with a ring of medium brown crema and a flavor of pepper and some ash.