Reduta Jazz Club is just 5 minutes walk from Wenceslas Square
. Founded in the 1950s, this is one of Prague's oldest and most well-known jazz clubs.
The interior is simple, with pictures of jazz greats adorning the walls. It has an intimate feeling, with a small stage very close to the audience. There is no waiter service, so you will need to get your drinks from the bar just outside the main room.
Reduta Jazz Club is famous more recently for the ‘Two Presidents’ gig that featured Bill Clinton on the saxophone.
There is nightly live jazz, so although you may not get to see a virtuoso performance from a passing head of state, you will find there is always something to entertain.
Live music starts at 9:00pm every night. Advanced booking from 3pm.