Best bars & Pubs in Prague
Our top recommendations for a great night out in Prague. Alternatively,
choose from the list on the right for a
tailored guide to the best bars, pubs and cafés in Prague.
|Address: Tyn 1, Old Town, Prague 1|
The Dubliner Irish Bar in Prague has everything a good Irish pub should: lively music, great atmosphere and fine beers. This warm, welcoming pub is also a sports bar, with 2 large screens and 14 LCD TV's showing Premiership and International football, plus American NFL football. Ideal for the big match or for Prague stag nights and hen parties on a pub crawl around the city.
|Address: Novotneho Lavka 1, Old Town, Prague 1|
On winter nights, Lavka is a good spot for a drink and a dance. But on a hot summer's evening, Lavka makes for one of the best nights out in Prague. Whether you seek a quiet daytime drink by the river or a wild Prague stag night, the terraces, bars and dance areas at Lavka await. If you are on a pub crawl, either come early or leave Lavka until last, to party into the night.
|Address: Liliova 14, Old Town, Prague 1|
O’Che's is an interestingly-themed Cuban-Irish bar in the Old Town, near Charles Bridge. Beers on tap include Guinness, Heineken and Gambrinus, plus there is Magner's cider. Live sports are shown on a large projection screen. O’Che's is popular with one and all, from Prague stag nights and hen parties to couples, expats and sports fans.
|Address: Dlouha 13, Old Town, Prague 1|
Bombay Cocktail Bar is a lively music bar, just a short walk from the Old Town Square along Dlouha. It’s a busy place, full of life, with a good party atmosphere and a small dance floor. The large international crowd come here for the terrific cocktails, the beautiful girls and for some of the best nights in Prague. There is a policy of no stag parties, but entry is usually possible for one and all, provided you enter in small numbers.
|Address: Dusni 11, Old Town, Prague 1|
Aloha is one of Prague's hidden gems, tucked away in the side streets of the Old Town. It's not easy to stumble across, yet is only 3 minutes walk from the Old Town Square. Aloha's Hawaiian theme ensures superb cocktails and a friendly, easy going atmosphere. DJs at weekends put everyone in the party mood.
|Address: Dusni 9, Old Town, Prague 1|
The Hangar Bar in Prague is inspired by the fun and style of flying in the early days of aviation. Hostesses are dressed in Pan Am uniforms, and the Hangar Club downstairs is for reckless pilots. This easy going venue is located just a few minutes from the Old Town Square. It has super cocktails, and a DJ spins popular rock, pop and dance tunes until 6am.
|Address: Old Town Square 10, Old Town, Prague 1|
Caffrey’s is a modern Irish bar on the Old Town Square, next-door to the George and Dragon pub. The clientele are mostly international, there to chat or watch live sports. In the warmer months, Caffrey's opens a terrace on the square, which attracts stag parties, hen parties and other tourists wandering by. Drinks are expensive compared to bars off the beaten track.
|Address: Old Town Square 11, Old Town, Prague 1|
The George & Dragon is a British Pub on the Old Town Square, next-door to Caffrey's Irish Bar. It boasts some of the best coverage of English sports in Prague. The terrace outside on the square attracts stag parties and hen parties at weekends, enjoying drinks in the historic setting. In such a prime spot, drinks are naturally quite expensive. Live music several times a week.
|Address: Jakubska 2, Old Town, Prague 1|
Chapeau Rouge is a good party bar located in the Old Town, popular with local Czechs and the International crowd. The interior is decorated a dark red colour, resembling an old-fashioned pub. A visit here reminds you of the type of bars Prague spawned in the early 90s. Good for Prague stag nights, hen parties and other groups, with very late opening hours.
|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.
|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.
|Address: V Jame 7, New Town, Prague 1|
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. While the sports screen is not the best, for American Football, Ice Hockey and Baseball this may be your first pub in Prague to try.
|Address: U Obecniho dvora 4, Old Town, Prague 1|
James Joyce presents a little piece of Ireland in a quiet corner of the Old Town in Prague. This is a traditional Irish pub with a casual atmosphere, offering visitors a warm and hearty welcome. Beer is taken seriously here - James Joyce serves some of the finest Guinness in Prague, along with other international beers and Czech lagers. There is cider too, and one of the widest selections of Irish whiskeys.
|Address: Masna 1, Old Town, Prague 1|
M1 Lounge is one of the smarter nightspots Prague has to offer. Located in the Old Town, M1 attracts an international crowd and has recently undergone a reconstruction, with new seating areas, an expanded dance floor, a cocktail bar, plus the most luxurious VIP room in Prague. DJs keep the place pumping with a selection of R&B, hip-hop, indie rock and house.
|El Mojito Cocktail Bar||
|Address: Dlouha 31, Old Town, Prague 1|
El Mojito in Prague is a terrific little cocktail bar located on the ever popular Dlouha Street, a few minutes walk from the Old Town Square. El Mojito has a Spanish holiday bar feel about it. Just don't order a beer though. Without one of their special cocktails or huge glasses of Sangria in your hand, you just wouldn't soak up the atmosphere.
|Monarch Wine Bar & Shop||
|Address: Na Perstyne 15, Old Town, Prague 1|
Monarch Wine Bar is located 5 minutes walk from both the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square. Their focus is Czech wines, to display the range of grape varieties and production techniques on offer in the Czech Republic. Order by the bottle or by the glass - Monarch chalks up a list of wines to sample by the glass, all for a set price.
|Solid Uncertainty Bar & Club||
|Address: Pstrossova 21, New Town, Prague 1|
The fiery red walls and huge circular bar in the centre of the club give a distinct first impression as you enter Solid Uncertainty. It is a decent one though, with plenty of atmosphere creating a real Saturday night party night feel. Prague stag nights and hen parties mix, couples and groups of friends hang out and everyone hits the dance floor.