Best Bars In Prague
Best Bars In Prague
This a comprehensive list of the best bars in Prague.
In the Neighbourhood (Holesvice and Letna)
1. Port Stanley
Port Stanley is only a 3 min walk from Sir Toby's. The Radegast beer was served at the perfect temperature and is priced very fairly at only 27 CZK. They also serve food and recommend any of the pasta dishes. Over all it is a small modern bar/restuarant with a great and very friendly staff. A real gem!
- Address: Na Maninách 1042/18, 170 00 Praha, Czech Republic
- Phone: +420 222 956 949
- Hours: Open Daily · 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
The Pinta Beer Steakhouse Restaurant offers cold beer, fresh food and friendly service in a unique setting. They have an excellent variety with 14 beers on tap. The restaurant also has seating for 16 people outside and is non smoking inside. They have vast food menu with many of the dishes complementing the beer. They also have a number of flat screen tvs showing majour showing events. Beer prices range from only 26 Kc for a Moravské Sklepní Unfiltered 10° (.5L) to 44 Kc for a Čertovský Speciál 14° (.5 L). Pinta is only a 5 min walk from Sir Toby’s.
- Address: Argentinská 783/18, 170 00 Praha 7.#
- Hours: 11.30am to 11pm.
This is another very modern and hip new bar/restauraunt in Letna. They serve Radegast beer for only 29 CZK and Kingswoods Cider for 45 CZK. They have a lovely patio outside with large benchs.
- Address: Ovenecká 562/26, 170 00 Praha, Czech Republic
- Phone: +420 773 112 139
- Hours: Open Daily · 11:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
This is one of Prague's best known Beer Gardens. There sometimes can be 4 different kiosks serving beer. You can get a Gambrinus beer here for 35 CZK. Then you can sit at one the many many benchs and enjoy panaramic views of Prague.
- Address: Letenské sady, 170 00 Praha 7, Czech Republic
- Hours: Open Daily · 11.00 a.m. – 11.00 p.m.
5. Bio Oko
There is also a cool bar in this small old fashioned movie theatre. This one is located close to Letná park and , which serves as a meeting point for young artists from the nearby Academy of Fine Arts and other interesting people from the neighbourhood. The cinema plays only a few times a day and apart from the mainstream movies they show also alternative movies and older cult movies.
- Address: Františka Křížka 460/15, 170 00 Praha, Czech Republic
- Phone: +420 233 382 606
- Hours: Open Daily · 9:30 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
In the Centre (Prague 1)
6. Bar No 7
This is by far the most friendly bar in Prague. You always get a warm welcome when you enter this bar. This is a hidden gem of a bar just behind the National Theatre. Tommy is the Owner and bartender and he always has time to talk to everyone no matter how busy the bar is. This is a very chilled out and laid back bar. Also it is easy on the pocket at only 33 Kc for a large Uneticke beer. During happy hour which is every evening between 5 pm and 7 pm a large Uneticke is only 24 CZK. There is a small Beer Garden opened in the Summer.
Uneticke 10 degree beer at Bar No 7
- Address: Na Struze 1740/7, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
- Phone: +420 720 659 586
- Hours: Open Mon to Fri · 5:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m. Sat & Sun · 6:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.
Pivovar Národní is another very new micro brewery bar in the center right beside the National Theatre. It consists of a large non-smoking bar/restuarant and a 100 seat Beer Garden with a children’s play corner. It serves 3 mirco-brews Czech Lion 11° Pilsner .4 – 35 Kc, Czech Lion 11° Unfiltered Lager .4 – 35 Kc and Czech Lion 13° semi dark special .4 – 39 Kc.
Czech Lion 11° Pilsner at Pivovar Národní
- Address: Národní 8, 110 00, Praha 1.
- Phone: +420 222 544 932
- Hours: 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.
8. Klub Ujezd
I have been going to this bar since the first time that I visited Prague in 1998 and I have to say that not a lot has changed with it. It is definitely a bohemian crowd that hang out here. Downstairs has the best atmosphere as the bar opens on to the street. Upstairs they play very loud heavy and death metal music.
- Address: Úezd 422/18, 118 00 Praha-Malá Strana, Czech Republic
- Phone: +420 251 510 873
- Hours: Open Daily · 2.00 p.m. – 4.00 a.m.
The original bar was the very first place in the country that sold draught Guinness (1759hrs 05/11/1993). The bar reopened in what was Molly Malones and is at U Obecniho Dvora 4 (5 mins from the Old Town Square). The road called Kozi bends around to the left to become U Obecniho Dvora and over on your right up the steps is the bar. A couple of TVs for sports but mainly its a place to drink and eat. Its split into a front part by the main bar and the rear part adjacent to the kitchen. They have live music most weekends. It is not cheap at 57 CZK for a large Grambrinus, but it the best place to enjoy a live soccer game in the centre.
- Address: U obecního dvora 794/4, 110 00 Praha, Czech Republic
- Phone: +420 224 818 851
- Hours: Open Daily · 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 a.m.
10. Chapeau Rouge
This is the another that I have been going to since 1998. The reputation of this establishment has gone up in recent years and it seems to run more professionally now. Chautau Rouge has 3 floors, a bar on the ground floor, a club in the basement and a live music venue upstairs.
- Address: Jakubská 647/2, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
- Phone: +420 222 316 328
- Hours: Open Daily · 4:00 p.m. – 4:00 a.m.
11. U Sudu
This great ‘wine bar’ is one of Prague’s best kept secrets, despite the fact it is on one of the city’s busiest streets and just a stone’s throw from Wenceslas Square. Hidden behind a deceivingly small exterior is huge wine bar decked out with a retro piano and a table-football room where you can take on enthusiastic locals over a beer. The medieval cellar downstairs is also pretty impressive, a complex labyrinth of rooms houses a surprising number of tables branching off at different angles. In the cellar they have many beers on tap. The bar can hold as many as 300 people which looking at the place from the outside you’d never have thought possible. They also have a courtyard garden.
- Address: Vodičkova 677/10, 110 00 Praha 1-Nové Město, Czech Republic
- Phone: +420 222 232 207
- Hours: Open Daily · 1:00 p.m. – 5.00 a.m.
12. The Beer Museum
The Beer Museum is a non-brewery affiliated pub with over 30 beers on tap at any one time and a menu of Czech bar snacks. They serve my favourite beer on tap Svijany at only 30 CZK. They have a beautiful beer garden in the back of the bar.
- Address: Dlouhá 720/46, 110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město, Czech Republic
- Hours: Open Daily · 12 noon – 3.00 a.m.
Jama is a buzzing American-style bar close to Wenceslas Square. Jama is popular with tourists, but there are plenty of Prague locals (Czechs and expats) who enjoy the lively atmosphere and good old American bar music too.
- Address: V Jámě 1671/7, 110 00 Praha 1-Nové Město, Czech Republic
- Phone: +420 222 967 081
- Hours: Open daily · 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.
14. Groove Bar
Groove bar is a very cosy bar, situated close to the National Theatre. It is opened until at least 3 am. every night.
- Address: Voršilská 142/6, 110 00 Praha, Czech Republic
- Phone: +420 777 610 279
- Hours: 7:00 p.m. – 3:00 a.m.
Vinohrady (Prague 2)
Reigrovy Sady Beer Garden is located in Vinohrady just on the edge of Zizkov and it only a 15 minute walk from the top of Wenceslas Square in the centre. It is one the largest and most popular beer gardens in Prague and the number of stalls serving beer and food is ever expanding. Depending on the day there can be up to 12 different stalls opened. They even have their own mirco brew called Reigr. It seats approx 2,000 people. There is a happy between 2 pm and 6 pm Monday to Friday. There is a large screen for showing sports and movies. Something they is live music on the stage. It has a large playground for all ages. My 2 year old boy loves the sandpits there. There are excellent baby changing facilities as well.
Reigr micro beer at Reigrovy Sady
Gambrinus .5L 10° - 33 CZK
Pilzen 12° .5L - 43 CZK
Kingwood's Cider .5L - 45 CZK
Reigr .4L - 42 CZK
- Address: Riegrovy sady, 120 00 Praha 2, Czech Republic
- Hours: 11.00 a.m. – 12 midnight daily sometimes opened even later in the summer
Vinohradský Pivovar is located in Vinohrady just a 5 minute walk from JZP (Jirího z Podebrad) metro station. The bar is non-smoking of course. They brew 3 beers on site and you can clearly see the large brewing kettles. The service here is excellent. The Pivovar has 3 micro-brews on tap, Vinohradská 11° Beer .5 – 36 Kc, Svetlý Ležák 12° .5 – 38 Kc and Jantarová 13° .5 – 39 Kc.
Brewing kettle at Vinohradský Pivovar
Vinohradská 11° Beer at Vinohradský Pivovar
- Address: Korunní 2506/106, 101 00, Praha 10.
- Hours: 11.00 a.m. – 12 midnight daily
17. Soma Bar
Soma bar is a newly opened late night bar located in Vinohrady half-way between JZP (Jiřího z Poděbrad) and Namesti Muri. Soma has a delicious tasting 11 degree beer on tap called Kolčavka. If you are not a beer lover, they serve a large variety of cocktails. It is a very friendly bar with great music and high speed Wifi. During happy hour which is from 5pm to 7pm (Sunday to Thursday), a .3L beer costs only 10 CZK.
- Address: Budečská 851/28, Vinohrady, 120 00 Prague 2.
- Hours: 5.00 p.m. – 2.00 a.m. daily