U Malého Glena

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From a glance at the rowdy pub at street level, you'd never guess that the downstairs bar is one of Prague's top jazz holes. Tall mugs of Bernard beer are swung with gusto by expats and Czechs, and the large tables and benches are perfect for groups. There's always an easygoing, affable vibe, but it's less noisy in the afternoons.

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U Malého Glena details

Address
Karmelitská 23,
Prague 1

Area Prague

Transport Metro Malostranská/tram 12, 20, 22.

Telephone 257 531 717

U Malého Glena website

Open 10am-2am daily.

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By LUCY WILLIS - Feb 21 2011

I just had a great Sunday night here. The music was so chilled out. I could have stayed in the snug room forever. I hope the muic stays as good as i will be going all week.

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By LUCY WILLIS - Feb 21 2011

I just had a great Sunday night here. The music was so chilled out. I could have stayed in the snug room forever. I hope the muic stays as good as i will be going all week.

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By NICK - Jan 10 2011

Probably the best jazz and blues venue in Prague. Deep down beneath the street you find a very cosy area. The bands are right on top of you.
Upstairs is the Irish themed pub with a full selection of beer, top shelf spirits and cocktails.
The kitchen stays open late too.
I agree with Bruiser. It is a must-see!

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By bruiser - Nov 14 2010

Heard an amazing jazz-funk quartet here Nov 2010. Easily world-class. Tiny place: if you're lucky, as I was, you get to knock elbows with the keyboards guy and read the music on his music stand. I don't smoke, but this place allows smoking and it never bothered me, even though the whole room is smaller than my bathroom. Going back again tonight… this is a must-see for serious jazz-lovers, but if you like the 'idea' of jazz and want to talk while musicians are playing, why not try another place?

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By Sierra - May 25 2010

What a lovely find, tucked away beneath the city. With promises of dark and delicious glances. The smoky dungeon provided some of the best Chicago jazz and blues outside of Chicago. I wanted to wear the memory of that evening in all of it's absinthe bathed languor.

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