The murmur of laughing guests is dulled by the groove based music playing, and the smell of roasted coffee fills the air. But we’re not here for the coffee…though its invigorating aroma easily perks you...Published 18.06.2014
Located in the rolling hills of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, Třebíč is a quiet town, and in our opinion, one of the most overlooked towns in...Published 29.05.2014
Long pioneers of the restaurant scene here in Prague, Ambiente decided to push into a realm which they’ve successfully served in their restaurants- meat. Keeping...Published 15.05.2014
Beer Gardens in Prague
Letná Beer Garden
With arguably the best view of Prague, Letná Beer Garden is a green, leafy oasis...
Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden
Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden is Prague’s most popular outdoor place for drinking beer and watching...
Located within the medieval monastery Břevnovský Klašter, Klášterní Šenk is a traditional Czech pub with one of Prague’s finest microbreweries on tap- Břevnovský Klašter Pivovar...
- Neighbourhood: Břevnov
Sousedský Pivovar Bašta
This is a very special pub. Brewing their own beer on the premise, this is some of the freshest tasting beer in Prague. Their svetle...
- Neighbourhood: Nusle
Rukodělný Pivovárek Třebonice
On a sunny September afternoon at Slunce ve Skle in 2011, one of the Czech Republic’s premier micro-brewery festivals, our taste buds first noticed Rukodělný...
- Neighbourhood: Prague Outskirts
With Uneticky 10° and 12°, some of the best traditional Czech Lager on tap, Vzorkovna is currently the most unique, alternative club in Prague. Under...
- Neighbourhood: Staré Město
As the Czech beer market has become more diverse, beer drinkers have steadily been given more chances for choice. And one of the choices we’ve...
Next door to Zlý Časy, Prague’s most famous multi-tap pub, is Pivkupectví. Also operated in...
The most eventful Prague beer shop, Pivní Rozmanitost has a vast selection of Czech and...