Karlin’s Diego Pivní Bar has 7 taps of great beer, in a hood that’s becoming one of Prague’s best for drinking and dining.
Diego Pivní Bar’s 7 taps, despite being few in number at a time when bars and drinkers think more taps the better, leave a guest with a hard choice of what to fill their glass with first. Their selection is well chosen and includes some breweries that are harder to find on a Prague tap. Pivovar Clock, Všerad, Raven, Koníček, and Albrecht are all regular guests. The first two taps are almost always occupied by Továrna Pivovar’s 10° and 12° lagers, and the rest rotate based on demand. We really enjoyed the fact that on our visit, of the 7 taps there were 4 well-made lagers to choose from and the rest were some more unique ales and a smoked wheat beer.
Small and only made of dishes that are well done, their menu is delicious; tacos, nachos, burgers and ribs. The tacos al pastor is excellent; slow cooked pork, fresh corn tacos, topped with shredded lettuce and authentic queso blanco cheese. The burgers are juicy, well assembled, and made from high quality beef. The icing on the cake is the price; Diego Bar’s food is excellent value for money.
Dim yellow industrial lights, classic rock in the background, and bare brick walls add up to a laid back atmosphere. Frequented by locals thirsty for something new and expats, the crowd tends to be younger. The service is extremely friendly and helpful; the staff is happy to answer any beer questions and make recommendations for both beer and their food menu.
Located on busy Sokolovská street, the closest tram stop is Urxova, where the 3, 8, and 24 trams run. The closest metro is Křižíkova, served by the B or yellow line.
|Továrna Pivovar 10°||10°||Továrna Pivovar||Lager|
|Továrna Pivovar Kruták 12°||12°||Továrna Pivovar||Lager|
|Clock Nakuoření Huz||13°||Clock||Rauchbier|
|Všerad 12° Světlý ležák||12°||Všerad||Lager|
|Krkonošský Medvěd Intergalactic Pale Ale||15°||Krkonošský Medvěd||Ale|
|Raven Blond IPA||14°||Raven||Ale|