Time Out says
A dimly-lit, casual cocktail bar on the outer-edge of Prague’s pub-heavy Žižkov neighborhood
If you want an original reason to get off-the-beaten-path, take the hard-drinking American author’s advice: “I decided that I would always like getting drunk. It took away the obvious and maybe if you could get away from the obvious often enough, you wouldn't become obvious yourself." This king of the casual drinking scene in a grungier (but slowly gentrifying) neighborhood away from the mixology flair of the city center stands largely unchallenged. This makes a seat hard to come by on busy weekends. Bukowski’s fun-loving bar staff won’t bat an eye whether it’s your first drink in Prague or fifth drink of any given weekday.
Time Out tip: Keep an eye on the overhead chalkboard for the latest drink specials.
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