Gastropub 20 PIP
Time Out says
A casual meeting ground for beer aficionados with the recent addition of an eclectic food menu
One look at the colorful collection of beer mats stuck to the walls of this two-story pub shows where their focus lies. The “twenty PIP” in the name refers to the extensive number of taps pouring local microbrews and interesting seasonal imports from around the world. With most typical Czech pubs limited to pouring one or two brands at most, this array of hoppy offerings attracts a mixed crowd of local young professionals and international Prague transplants. The recent introduction of a functioning kitchen offers a quirky selection of chicken or shrimp satays, beef or salmon tartar, Italian pinsa, and sweet or savory waffle combinations.
Time Out tip: Quiz your server on the characteristics of any unfamiliar styles before splurging on above-average prices. Beer selections range from mind-blowingly smooth to polarizing acquired tastes.
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