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Cafe Prague Restaurant Review: Morrison, Colorado, isn't one of those places that typically conjures up the sights and smells of the Old World. But the authentic and hearty central European fare served up at Café Prague does just that. The décor --- leather banquettes and mural-lined walls --- matches the food: inviting and comforting. We like the starters --- rich escargots bathed in tangy butter, decadent pâtés --- but often skip them to leave more room for the main attractions. We have a few favorites, including the behemoth bohemian combination platter for two, featuring one quarter of a crispy-yet-juicy roast duckling, several slices of roast pork, a breast of chicken schnitzel, and several slices of meatloaf, all topped off with potato dumplings, bohemian bread dumplings, sauerkraut, sweet-and-sour red cabbage and a gravy boat brimming with brown sauce. Lighter options --- and they do exist here --- include trout amandine, dressed delicately with a lemon butter sauce. For dessert, forgo the strudels, mousses and cakes and try the palacinky, thin homemade crêpes filled with a sweet cream-cheese concoction and raspberry jam. The reasonably priced wine list offers dozens of pours by the glass, and there's also a notable selection of Czech and domestic bottled beers.