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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...

Incider Bar

Variety is the spice of life, and even as dedicated beer lovers, it would be foolish to overlook a beverage that’s been steadily gaining popularity and merit as a quality local...

Pivnice Ferdinand

On a quiet, lesser known street on the border of Vinohrady and Vršovice, a charming neighborhood pub serves fresh beer from Ferdinand to thirsty locals.

Bad Flash Bar

Bad Flash, a ‘flying’ brewery, operated by the folks behind Zlý Časy, has been working with the best Czech microbreweries, commissioning beers under their Bad Flash label...

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.

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Café Zenit

Krymská, Prague's most famous street of hip cafes has its newest addition, Zenit. Defining itself as a 'Internet cafe and buffet' in a stylishly post-90's sort of way, Zenit’s...

Cafe V Lese

Located in the eternally grimy and edgy but charming neighborhood of Vršovice, Cafe V Lese is a lively cultural beacon for the young, Czech, and expat alternative crowd.