A quality draught beer and a bite to eat is all you need for a solid pub night in Prague, as proven by this laid-back local favourite. Locations in the Vinohrady and Žižkov neighbourhoods serve just what the name promises, ‘beer and hot dogs’ – but think more grilled sausages and bread than a doughy American bun. Casually dressed beer fans line the pub tables and mellow outdoor gardens, where smoking is still fairly common.
Ready to get boozy? Whatever neighbourhood you’re in, for a truly traditional experience in Prague, pivo (beer) is the drink of choice. But if small-producer wines are more your thing, several more intimate venues will deliver the sweet-scented goods, while nightlife fiends should expect mixologists at late-opening bars to take their art very seriously, creating unusual mixes from seasonal ingredients rather than serving so-so rum-and-Cokes. The crux is, you’re in for an excellent time whatever’s your tipple. So here’s our guide to the absolute best bars in Prague. Na zdraví!
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