Where do you
wanna drink?

What beer do you
wanna drink?

Visit Breweries ›› Beer Gardens in Prague ›› Party Pubs and Clubs ›› Sports Bars ››

Pub Map

Prague Pub Map

Pubs

Last edited: 8 Dec 2012

Kulovy Blesk

Combining the best Czech beers, crisp and clean taps, and charming Czech atmosphere, Kulovy Blesk is one of the best places in Prague to try Czech beers. Being a member of the Pivni Alliance, their beer selection is fantastic- they have 14 beers on tap, and these beers change every week. They always feature a beer from Kocour and Matuska, two of our favorite and the most innovative Czech Breweries. Other great beers they’ve had on tap come from breweries like Opat, Zvikov, Chodovar, Kacov, Chyne, Chotebor, and Postrizinske, just to name a few.

The interior is cozy, decorated like a well-worn kitchen from the 1960’s and 70’s, and pleasantly has a non-smoking room. Their menu has hearty, filling Czech dishes like duck, rabbit, and goulash, as well as beer snacks and chicken wings, which are all prepared well and delicious. Service is friendly and quick, and you won’t be thirsty waiting for your next beer. We tried the chicken wings, which were huge, and tatarak (raw beef- a Czech delicacy!), which was also delicious. If you’re in the mood for a burger, they serve a pretty tasty ‘American Dream’. This pub also has a large summer garden, which is open from late April until the fall.

Kulovy Blesk is located on Sokolska, by the metro station I.P. Pavlova, on the red line. Being popular among a large variety of beer lovers, we recommend making reservations.

Beer Menu

Address: Sokolská 13

Neighborhood: Nové Město

City: Prague

Phone: +420 721 420 859

Website

50.07357 14.42900

Prague Pub Map

Comments

Siv   05 June 2011 05:27 PM

We went here today but the whole place was closed.

jerra   06 June 2011 07:58 PM

Kulovy Blesk are closed on Sundays and open by 18.00 on Saturdays. (Om ni har tid att gå dit igen så kan jag rekommendera att prova på Kacov 12° ölen som dom har på kran förtillfället ; )

Jim Barry   03 December 2013 11:29 PM

Popped in on Friday at 5pm for a few beers. All the tables were reserved (so obviously very popular) but they gave us a table for an hour. Friendly atmosphere and superb beers on tap. The Matuska Raptor IPA was delicious.

Comment on this article

(All fields are required)

Notify me of follow-up comments?


Please enter the word you see in the image below: