| El Paso |
Not for the faint of heart, this traditional Czech bar offers a taste of a dying form of Prague nightlife. Bargain basement drink prices, a clientele consisting almost entirely of local characters with the added...
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| Limonádový Joe |
Named after the Western spoof all Czechs know and love, LJ picks up as the night goes on with live bands getting drinkers out of their seats and onto the dance floor. Spacious and affordable,...
| Pivnice Pod Petrínem |
Rub elbows with the locals in one of the cheapest bars this side of the river. Loud, smoky and completely devoid of attitude, the waiters keep bringing you beer until you beg them to stop.
| U Fleků |
Constantly buzzing with the good cheer of massive tour groups, U Fleku is always a loud, smoky and fun affair. Sample their home brew and order up one of their huge, mouth watering traditional meals....
| U Medvídků |
Established as a brewery in 1466, today U Medvídků is a restaurant, beer hall and hotel. Beer is still brewed on the premises, including the X Beer 33 which the establishment claims has the highest...
| U Provaznice |
Located just off Mustek, U Provaznice offers delicious food and Gambrinus beer at surprisingly low prices. A popular spot for both residents and tourists alike, the wait staff works hard, making sure that the time...
| U Zlatého Tygra |
If there’s a bar in Prague that screams tradition, it’s this one. Mind you, Czech tradition generally entails a pub full of loud, inebriated men. Ladies beware! Favorite watering hole of the late, great Bohumil...