Hangar Bar in Prague is an aviation themed bar/club in the 'cocktail quarter' of the Old Town (Dlouha/Dusni streets), a few minutes walk from the Old Town Square
Hangar Bar aims to recreate the exhilaration of early aviation. On the upper-floor is the Pilotís Lounge, inspired by the fun and style of flying Pan Am in the 1940s-70s. Hostesses in Pan Am uniforms greet you and serve you drinks.
Downstairs is the Hangar Club, designed in the theme of a den for reckless stunt and military pilots. The dance floor is here too (with shocking manoeuvres on display every night!).
For drinks, there are beers, wines and spirits at reasonable prices for downtown. But the star performers are the cocktails, which can be works of art. Take a seat at the bar and watch the bartenders indulge their passion for mixology.
During the day Hangar is a relaxed place to drop in for a drink, and use the free Wi-Fi. At night, the atmosphere rises, particularly in the Hangar Club - on busy nights flair bartenders also put on fire shows.
Hangar attracts a good mix of Czechs and tourists. The music is popular rock, pop and dance tunes from the 70s/80s/90s/00s/10s. A DJ plays at weekends, when it is open until 6am.
Hangar Bar is located just two doors along from its sister bar, Aloha, which is also worth a visit.