Czech Pubs in Prague
Mix with the Prague locals in traditional Czech pubs and beer halls. Our guide lists our favourite drinking dens in the city centre, some even brew their own beer on the premises. And it's worth noting, the busier the pub, the faster the beer goes, so the fresher it is.
|Medieval Tavern: 5 Course Feast & Drinks||
|The Medieval Tavern in Prague is the finest, most authentic medieval banquet in the city. Set in a historic building in the Old Town, this is an all-inclusive night of hearty food, unlimited drinks, and dramatic live entertainment.|
Duration: 2˝-3 hours. Operates all year. Starts 20:00.
|U Provaznice Pub||
|Address: Provaznicka 3, New Town, Prague 1|
|For a good old fashioned Prague pub around Wenceslas Square, full of locals out for a reasonably priced beer or glass of wine with their friends, look no further than U Provaznice. Inside, you'll be greeted by rustic fiery red walls, with a wood and brick decor, and a nice warm atmosphere.
|Potrefena Husa Platnerska Restaurant & Pub||
|Address: Platnerska 9, Old Town, Prague 1|
|Potrefena Husa Platnerska is a high quality, Czech pub style restaurant. Serves Czech and International food, and some of the freshest Staropramen beer in Prague - tank beer, try the difference! Portions are large and dishes are well presented.|
|Address: Kozi 1, Old Town, Prague 1|
|Kozicka is a bustling cellar bar near the Old Town Square, popular with local Czechs, and foreigners in the know - it is not easy to stumble upon! From a small entrance at street level, you descend into a large winding stretch of bar areas. Drinks are cheap and there is a great atmosphere.|
|Municipal House Beer Hall||
|Address: Republic Square 5, Old Town, Prague 1|
|Municipal House Beer Hall in Prague is a premium traditional Czech restaurant located inside the stunning Municipal House. Enjoy typical Czech cuisine accompanied by fresh Pilsner Urquell beer, all in an authentic beer hall setting.|
TIP: Book this restaurant through Prague Experience and receive a free welcome beer.
|U Vejvodu Beer Hall & Restaurant||
|Address: Jilska 4, Old Town, Prague 1|
|U Vejvodu is a historic pub, beer hall and restaurant all rolled into one. Along with hearty Czech pub food, U Vejvodu serves some of the freshest Pilsner Urquell beer in Prague. Prague stag nights, hen parties, couples and birthday parties mix in a vibrant atmosphere. Live accordion most nights.|
|U Fleku Beer Hall & Brewery||
|Address: Kremencova 11, New Town, Prague 1|
|U Fleku is a large pub, restaurant and microbrewery rolled into one. This huge sprawling tavern is a complex of rooms laid out in true European beer hall style. Waiters are a bit grumpy, but none-the-less U Fleku offers a good experience of traditional Czech food, beer and entertainment. Groups can tour the microbrewery. Live accordion all day.|
|U Medvidku Beer Hall & Brewery||
|Address: Na Perstyne 7, Old Town, Prague 1|
|U Medvidku is a traditional Czech beer hall which dates from 1466. It serves tank beer, including the freshest Budvar (Budweiser) in Prague, and also brews its own beer in its onsite microbrewery. U Medvidku is a straight forward Czech pub, with various drinking areas, and is large enough to accommodate several hundred people.|
|U Sedmi Svabu Medieval Pub||
|Address: Jansky vrsek 14, Lesser Town, Prague 1|
|U Sedmi Svabu is an olde medieval style pub in the Lesser Town (Malá Strana), not too far below Prague Castle.
In keeping with the historic feel of this area of Prague, U Sedmi Svabu has a roaring fire, suits of armour, stone walls and some cast-iron decor. It's dark and atmospheric, with tables lit by candlelight.|
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