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Czech pubs offer a wide range of drinking environments, some better, and well many worse. We like what we see at Galerka, a small cozy pub with a homey feel, friendly service, and...

Hot Pepper Pub

On Vršovice’s picturesque Kodaňská street, Hot Pepper’s sidewalk garden fills up fast, as locals down lagers and dine on American style pub classics. Hot Pepper’s 4 taps...

Pivní Bar Blanická 28

Vinohrady’s pubs are serving an ever expanding selection of Czech microbreweries. Pivní Bar Blanická 28 is one of the newest and best priced pubs to be found in this...

U Dobřenských

As the microbrewery boom continues to bring better and more diverse beers to the mugs of us drinking in the Czech Republic, U Dobřenských’s herbal ales are a unique and...

Krkonošska Hospůdka

Capturing the atmosphere of the Krkonoše mountains, Krkonošska Hospůdka is a brilliant taste of Czech mountain culture among the busy streets of Prague 6.


Pod Lipami

Hidden on a quiet street bordering Čechovo Náměstí, Pod Lipami serves fresh lagers from Pivovarský Dvůr Zvíkov and a delicious menu of Czech inspired cuisine.

Lokál Nad Stromovkou

Located on a scenic street corner above Stromovka in Letná, Lokál’s Stromovka pub offers everything that has made this chain of Czech pubs famous; impeccable Pilsner and...

Hostinec U Vodoucha

Homey and cozy, U Vodoucha's main appeal is its quaint old Czech style, and of course the beer. 9 taps run here, rotating a steady stream of Czech beers.

U Slovanské Lípy

With a reputation for serving consistent, quality lager, there is one pub that has become unanimous with Žižkov beer culture- U Slovanské Lípy.

Na Slamníku

Few pubs in Prague serve such great beer, alongside affordable Czech cuisine, in an unique atmosphere. With unfiltered Uneticky Pivo 12° on tap, as well as Pilsner Urquell and...

Lokal U Bile Kuzelky

Located almost at the foot of the Charles Bridge in Mala Strana is Lokal U Bile Kuzelky, the sister bar to Lokal on Dlouha in Stare Mesto. Serving the same perfect Pilsner, and...

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.

Lokal (Dlouha)

One of the most important factors of making Czech cuisine and beer good is simplicity- and Lokal has that down perfectly.

Zlý Časy

With more than 40 beers on tap, three floors, and an up-beat but still traditional Czech pub atmosphere, Zlý Časy is the perfect place to try some fantastic Czech beer.

U Pinkasu

Conveniently located right behind Mustek, in Prague’s center, U Pinkasu is a great place to experience the best of Czech culture- that is, pub life. Prices are fair, food is...