James Joyce presents a little piece of Ireland in a quiet corner of Prague, just five minutes walk from the Old Town Square
James Joyce is a traditional Irish pub with a casual atmosphere, offering visitors a warm and hearty welcome.
Beer is taken seriously here - James Joyce prides itself on serving 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 in the city.
There is TV coverage of major sports occasions, including important football matches, but this aspect is low key compared to other Irish/sports bars.
The decor is perhaps the most authentic of any Irish pub in Prague. So for a decent pint, good company and a pleasant atmosphere, James Joyce is a good option.
In the winter there's a roaring fire on cold nights, and very occasionally live entertainment from Irish musicians.