|Municipal House Beer Hall in Prague is a premium traditional Czech restaurant located in the heart of the city, just a few minutes walk from Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square.|
Enjoy typical Czech cuisine prepared and presented with style and fresh Pilsner Urquell beer in an authentic beer hall setting.
The Beer Hall is situated inside one of Europe's finest Art Nouveau buildings, the stunning Municipal House on Republic Square.
The architecture and decor is exquisite. Among many features are ceramic mosaics, a gold clock, and handsome furniture by Sadílek. The huge stained glass windows are all original.
Food choices at Municipal House Beer Hall include roasted duck, spicy grilled ribs, beef goulash with baked sausages and onions, leg of lamb, roast pork and baked local fish. Red cabbage and dumplings are tasty sides.
For dessert, you may wish to indulge in a home-made blueberry cake or apple strudel.
The drinks menu has some nice Czech wines to try, but if you enjoy beer, we recommend ordering an ice-cold Pilsner Urquell - it's what the locals would do (with traditional Czech food they drink beer). This is a large, popular restaurant that serves a lot of beer, so it is guaranteed to be deliciously fresh.
An accordion player performs most nights from 7pm to 10pm.
Municipal House is a huge building with several great halls, the most famous of which is the Smetana Hall, the grandest concert hall in Prague. This makes the Beer Hall ideal for a pre or post concert meal.
For well presented, tasty Czech fare in grand surroundings, Municipal House Beer Hall takes some beating.
For fine dining in the same building, seek out the Municipal House Restaurant.
TIP: Book this restaurant through Prague Experience and receive a free welcome beer.