Best bars in Prague » Stag & Hen night Bars
Prague stag nights and hen nights are not for the faint-hearted. With pubs, bars and clubs open until dawn, and buzzing with energy, there are no early nights!
Stag and hen parties are welcome at most places, but these are our top tips.
|Dubliner Irish Bar||
|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.
|Rocky O´Reillys Irish Bar||
|Address: Stepanska 32, New Town, Prague 1|
Rocky O’Reillys offers a taste of Ireland in the centre of Prague, with friendly Irish hospitality and Guinness and Kilkenny on tap. A projection screen and TVs show live sports, the sounds of which are often drowned out by the lively tunes. The bar is popular with groups, which is evident by the fact that some stag parties don't seem to leave for the whole weekend!
|Double Trouble Bar & Club||
|Address: Melantrichova 17, Old Town, Prague 1|
A lively cellar bar and club situated in between Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square. Double Trouble is the most popular Gothic cellar pub in Prague. It has been beautifully restored, and is well worth a visit anytime during the evening. Attracts Czech locals, Prague stag nights, hen nights and anyone looking for a good party atmosphere. Prague nightlife at its best.
|Zlaty Strom Bar & Music Club||
|Address: Karlova 6, Old Town, Prague 1|
Zlaty Strom is a warren of bars and lounges spread over many levels, including a pole dancing bar. The all night topless dancers prove popular with stag nights. While the rest attracts young Czechs and a whole range of tourists of all ages. Zlaty Strom is a fun place for everyone, and sums up perfectly the 'let it live' attitude of Prague.
|Hangar Bar & Club||
|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.
|Aloha Bar, Club & Café||
|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.
|Ku Bar & Lounge||
|Address: Rytirska 13, Old Town, Prague 1|
KU Bar & Lounge in Prague is a smart, cool place to spend a few hours, relaxing over drinks and listening to music. And it's well located, in between Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square. The bar is popular with local Czechs and welcoming to tourists, which ensures a buzzing atmosphere most nights.
|Address: Novotneho Lavka 1, Old Town, Prague 1|
Lavka is made for al fresco drinking. On a warm summer's night, the riverside terrace at the rear is one of the best locations in Prague for a drink; it stretches 30m alongside the river, right next to Charles Bridge. There is a second smaller terrace at the front open all year round, with heaters by the tables providing much needed warmth in the winter.
|Kolkovna Celnice Pub & Restaurant||
|Address: V Celnici 4, Republic Sq, Old Town, Prague 1|
High quality, traditional Czech pub style restaurant just a few minutes walk from Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square. Kolkovna Celnice serves good honest Czech food and some of the freshest Pilsner Urquell beer in Prague; as well as keg beers, it stocks unpasteurised tank beer- try the difference!
|Caffrey's Irish Bar||
|Address: Old Town Square 10, Old Town, Prague 1|
Caffrey’s is a modern Irish bar on the Old Town Square. The clientele is 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.
|Lion & Ball Sports Bar||
|Address: Tynska ulicka 3, Old Town, Prague 1|
Lion & Ball Sports Bar is located near the Old Town Square. It offers amongst the most extensive coverage of live sports in Prague, from Premier and Champions League football to Bundesliga games. With a cool Czech beer in hand, it's an atmospheric place to watch the big match. The pub is themed in a British style, so naturally attracts stag parties at weekends.
|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: 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.
|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.
|El Mojito Cocktail Bar||
|Address: Dlouha 31, Old Town, Prague 1|
El Mojito in Prague is a terrific little bar located in the Old Town. It feels a bit like a Spanish holiday bar, and unlike some of the smarter cocktail bars in town, there is no need to dress up for this one. Drop by any time after 4pm, order one of their special freshly made cocktails or huge glasses of Sangria, and soak up the atmosphere.
|U Vejvodu Pub & 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.
|James Joyce Irish Pub||
|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.
|Kraftwerk Bar & Club||
|Address: Uhelny trh 2, Old Town, Prague 1|
Kraftwerk, located in between Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square, is a large cellar bar spread over several levels, one of which is a dance floor. It attracts a mix of Prague locals and tourists, drawn in by the reasonably priced drinks and the good party vibe. The DJ builds the party mood later on to entice the crowd on to the dance floor.
|One Club Prague||
|Address: Melantrichova 5, Old Town, Prague 1|
One Club Prague is a lively cocktail bar and club in the Old Town. Colourful lighting and upbeat tunes in the bar create a 'Saturday night' ambience all week long. While in the spacious club downstairs, International DJs such as AFROJACK pump out a wide selection of commercial house all the way through to 5am.
|Chapeau Rouge Bar & Club||
|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.
|Nebe Wenceslas Square Bar||
|Address: Wenceslas Square 56, New Town, Prague 1|
Nebe is a large music bar popular with Prague locals and visiting stag and hen nights. Early on the atmosphere is relaxed. Later, DJs take to the decks to get you in the party mood, with videos accompanying the music played on a large screen. Nebe is open until 5am at weekends.
|U Medvidku Beer Hall Pub||
|Address: Na Perstyne 7, Old Town, Prague 1|
U Medvidku is a traditional Czech beer hall style pub. It dates back to 1466, and has brewed its own beer ever since. This is a straight forward Czech pub, with various drinking areas, and it is large enough to accommodate several hundred people. U Medvidku is a unique pub in Prague in that it has kegged beers, bottled beers, an onsite microbrewery and tank beer.
|Address: Ve Smeckach 21, New Town, Prague 1|
Paddy's Bar is a small bar located on a side street off Wenceslas Square, in an area of Prague popular with stag parties and hen nights for its nightlife. Paddy's has a heavy wooden décor and welcoming staff, and it stocks cheap beer, wine and spirits. Plus there is a pool table, darts and gaming machines to entertain. A pub to start your night off.
|Solidni Jistota 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 Solidni Jistota. 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.
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