Pubs & Bars with Outdoor Seating in Prague
Visitors to Prague have always embraced the elements. In the warmer months, pubs, bars and cafés in Prague offer outdoor seating in beer gardens and on summer terraces. In the winter, search and you will find an al fresco coffee even when it's snowing.
|Roof Terrace Bar at U Prince Hotel
|Address: 5th Floor, Old Town Square 29, Old Town, Prague 1
|For a romantic and impressive start to a night out in Prague, spend an hour sipping cocktails in the Roof Terrace Bar at the Old Town Square, and soak up the stunning, panoramic views over the square and beyond.
As you look across to the Astronomical Clock and the spires of Tyn Church, there is a good chance you will be thinking 'this is the life'!
|McCarthy's Irish Pub & Disco
|Address: Rytirska 10, Old Town, Prague 1
|Well situated between the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, McCarthy's has the aged Irish pub feel off to a tee. It offers an alluring mix of satisfying drinks, lively atmosphere and big screen coverage of top sports. But for good measure it also houses a disco in the basement. Attracts everyone from couples and expats to stag do and hen party groups.
|Duplex Club & Café
|Address: Wenceslas Square 21, New Town, Prague 1
|During the day, the Duplex Café is a relaxed and impressive destination for a drink with friends. Located atop a tall building in Wenceslas Square, this stylish, air-conditioned café has floor to ceiling windows. In the evening, Duplex Club is one of the coolest venues in Prague to dance and party the night away at.
|James Joyce Irish Pub
|Address: U Obecniho dvora 4, Old Town, Prague 1
|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 a warm and hearty welcome, and some of the freshest Guinness in Prague. There is TV coverage of major sports occasions, in a calmer setting than other sports bars in Prague.
|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.
|Address: Novotneho Lavka 1, Old Town, Prague 1
|Klub 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.
|U Fleku Beer Hall & Brewery
|Address: Kremencova 11, New Town, Prague 1
|U Fleku is a large pub, restaurant and microbrewery rolled into one. This huge sprawling tavern is a complex of rooms laid out in true European beer hall style. Waiters are a bit grumpy, but none-the-less U Fleku offers a good experience of traditional Czech food, beer and entertainment. Groups can tour the microbrewery. Live accordion all day.
|Petrinske Terasy Pub
|Address: Seminarska zahrada 13, Lesser Town, Prague 1
|Petrinske Terasy is built high up on Petrin Hill, on a level with Prague Castle and Nebozizek Restaurant. Stop off for a drink and enjoy stunning views over Prague all year round. In the summer, a large terrace opens in front of the pub, where visitors can bask in the sunshine and watch the sun gleam over the red rooftops and spires of Prague.