Serving on tap some of Prague’s best Pilsner Urquell, Sokolvna offers guests fresh, cold, unpasteurized ‘tankovna’ Pilsner and a trip down the Czech Republics past. Sokolovna is a great experience for Czechs, expats, and tourists alike. The menu is quite large- and offers some traditional Czech dishes, well prepared and at an affordable price. They also have Kozel 11° svetly (light) and 10° dark (tmavy) on tap if you’re not up for a Pilsner. The chicken wings are particularly great- perhaps the best Prague BeerGarden has experienced.
The atmosphere is lively and bustling, and they’re almost always full, so reservations are recommended. Later in the evenings, Sokolovna has a younger crowd, making it a great place to have a good dinner and some beer before a fun night out. Staff are friendly. For those who aren’t familiar with ‘Sokol’, this pub is a vibrant tribute to a Czech physical fitness institution, originating before the First Republic.
It’s nice to experience a pub dedicated to genuine Czech culture. Conveniently located on Slezska behind Namesti Miru, take the A line or trams 22,10,16, 4 to Namesti Miru.
|Pilsner Urquell||12°||Pilsner Urquell||Lager|
|Kozel Světlý Ležák||11°||Kozel||Lager|