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The Top Ten Bars in Prague

Destination(s): Prague

After the fall of Communism, people again began to spend their evenings out on the town. Of course, at the same time people were regaining the opportunity to open and run their own businesses. For these reasons, there was a boom in the opening of new pubs and the re-opening of old favorites. Today, Prague boasts a mind-blowing number of bars. This can make it difficult to choose which to visit, especially when you’ve got limited time in the city. Eclectic, exclusive, cavernous, classic, relaxed, or raucous, this list of the ten best bars in Prague has something for everyone. read more about The Top Ten Bars in Prague

U Sudu

U Sudu

The rather narrow entrance to this wine-cellar-turned-bar is no indication of the cavernous interior. U Sudu quite literally has many levels. As you work your way down you'll pass through a narrow, dark hallway, find yourself in a level dedicated to foosball tables, and end up in the demurely-lit cellar. Perhaps it's the laid-back atmosphere or maybe it's all the wine but this is one cellar where a couple or a group can definitely get comfortable. read more about U Sudu

Blue Light

Blue Light

Bugsy's

Bugsy's

Hany Bany

Hany Bany

Extremely popular among students, this tiny Old Town pub (near the Staromestka Metro station) is generally pretty crowded, day or night. Reserve a table in advance or try to wedge your way in at the bar until you can snatch one up as it empties. During the day, you'll find local students and ex-pats (and, sometimes, their professors) having a quick lunch or enjoying interesting conversation over a cup of coffee or a pint of beer. In the evening, crowds are a bit more raucous, what with the live music and well-priced cocktails. A visit to Hany Bany is definitely worth enduring the cramped quarters. read more about Hany Bany

Shadow Cafe

Shadow Cafe

Don't let the name deceive you, Shadow Café has nothing in common with cafes. It is a bar located within a few meters of the tram stop "Ujezd." Three small rooms, all of which have red walls with very cool, very bizarre figures painted on them, make it up. As you enjoy a reasonably priced drink, you can sit on timber-shaped furniture or play a tough game of foosball. Whatever you choose, Shadow Café promises a really good, totally chilled-out night. read more about Shadow Cafe

Blind Eye

Blind Eye

Having had some problems with the law, Blind Eye is now legit. Or so they say. What is for sure, though, is how happy its young ex-pat patrons are to see it again. Open from early to late, this Zizkov staple embraces freedom, which the international crowd very much appreciates. On any given night you'll find something different: 80's tunes, Karaoke, Pink Floyd… this slightly grungy spot has a kickass vibe. read more about Blind Eye

Marquis de Sade

Marquis de Sade

  • Templova 8
  • tel:420 2 2481 7505
  • Prague, 11000
M1 Lounge

M1 Lounge

Local DJs spin at this trendy bar where, on a weekend, finding a seat is nearly impossible. The backlit bar has plenty of options and good-looking bartenders are happy to serve. A central location and some fashionable company make M1 a great place for the party to begin. read more about M1 Lounge

JJ Murphy's

JJ Murphy's

Many say the best hamburgers in town can be found at this shiny, large and somewhat upscale combination of Irish bar and American restaurant and it's hard to disagree with them. Excellent ribs and a revolving selection of daily specials are also on hand. TV screens show the big games, and summertime sees crowds spilling on onto the pavement.
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U Zlateho Tygra

U Zlateho Tygra