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About New Town: Václavské Náměstí, Prague’s modern square is a gritty mix of shopping and tourists, dabbed with history. Finding a good bite and beer is perplexingly not the easiest of tasks. Four notable breweries reside in New Town. U Fleků, the only brewery in central...

Václavské Náměstí, Prague’s modern square is a gritty mix of shopping and tourists, dabbed with history. Finding a good bite and beer is perplexingly not the easiest of tasks. Four notable breweries reside in New Town. U Fleků, the only brewery in central Europe to be brewing continuously for 500 years, serves exceptional dark lager and gives a great historic brewery tour; Novoměstský Pivovar brews light lagers, Ferdinand has a flagship restaurant, and U Medvídků is known for their strong lagers.

Just on the edge of the center, you’ll find Nota Bene, a modern restaurant serving cuisine made from farm fresh ingredients with 6 notable beers on tap. Just down the street is Aliance P.I.V member Kulový Blesk, with 14 taps that keep up with the newest beers from noteworthy Czech brewers. If dining on the finer side of things is up your alley, Sansho makes a fantastic menu of Asian fusion cuisine, and Čestr serves Pilsner Urquell and steaks to perfection. Náplavka, on the stretch of river bank from under Palackého Bridge along Rašínově Nábřeží, is lively river-walk, hosting events and a farmer’s market, and home to Bajkazyl, a DIY bar/bike shop.

Surrounded by the old castle walls, the fortress of Vyšehrad overlooks the Vltava, complete with a beautiful church, park, a few restaurants, and a beer garden. One of the most pleasant places for an afternoon stroll.One of Prague's richest art nouveau neighborhoods, these tree lined streets are not only beautiful to the eye, but full of some spectacular cafes, eateries, and pubs. The square at Jiřího z Poděbrad comes alive with one of the city's best farmer's markets every Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, full of fresh produce, food, and one gentleman sells decent beer.

Pivo a Párek, just around the corner on Korunní street, has the best hot dogs and a sturdy selection of Czech beers. Just a block down the street is Pivní Rozmanitost, one of Prague's best beer shops (and most affordable according to our price comparison). Selling a variety of beers, Pivní Rozmanitost specializes in Czech brews as well as some international classics, with 4 tap beers. The best Vietnamese bistro (so far) Tuan & Lan, is on Slavíkova across from Jiřího z Poděbrad.

Around Náměstí Míru, one has a hard choice to make; either ice-cold Staropramen and classic Czech cuisine with a modern twist at Vinohradský Parlament, or cuisine à la bière alongside Belgian beers at Bruxx. Dish on Římská makes our favorite burger (and supposedly some of the best burgers in Europe!) and has Únětické beer on tap.

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