Discos & bars...
Even though nightlife in Prague is not as extensive as in other European capitals, it is
rapidly catching up. Since 1989 there have been great changes, so that now visitors have a
wider choice of nightclubs, discos and cabaret.
ARENA - NIGHT CLUB, DISCO
Open: Mo - Su, 21-05
Praha 1, Melantrichova 5
AQUA CLUB 2000
Open: Mo - Sa, 20 - 03.30
Praha 3, Husitská 7, tel.: +420 262 78 971
Open: Mo - Su, 10 - 20
Praha 1 - Malá Strana, Nerudova 40
DISCO MODRÁ TERASA
Open: Mo - Su, 19 - 06
Praha 1, Na Můstku 9, tel.: +420 224 225 307
DISCO U ZLATÉHO STROMU
Open: Mo - Su, 20 - 06
Praha 1, Karlova 6, tel.: +420 224 221 386
Open: Mo - Su, 20 - 06
Praha 4, Zdiměřická 17
AFRIKA DISCO CLUB
Open: Mo - Su, 11 - 05
African specialities (11 - 04), Disco (22 - 05)
Praha 5, Zborovská 54
Open: Tu - Th (21 - 05), Fr - Sa (20.45 - 06)
Praha 2, Francouzská 4, tel.: +420 222 515 825
Open: Mo - Sa (21 - 05), Disco Mop - Sa (19 - 05), Garden
The biggest disco in Prague which has two flors with different kinds of music. There are
five bars, go-go dancers, friendly service and garden. There is a big offer specialities on
lava gril, restaurant open till 4 a.m.
Open: We - Sa, 22 - 02
Praha 1, Václavské nám. 21
Open: from 11 p.m.
Praha 7, U Průhonu 3
Open: Tu - Su, 9 a.m. - 5 a.m.
Praha 1, Novotného lávka
Open: Mo - Su, 9 a.m. - 5 a.m.
Praha 1, Novotného lávka
There are two floors. In the ground floor you can find internet café, you can see go-go
dancers and if you are hot you may go out and sit in the garden with a beautiful view of
Open: Mo - Su, 9 p.m. - 6 a.m.
Praha 1, Konviktská 6, tel.: +420 224 238 171
BANANA BAR ***
Stupartská 9, Prague 1 - Old Town
Daily 17 - 01, tel. 232 4801
Dancing on the bar, upbeat music, overdressed overtanned crowd. Wall to wall on Fri/Sat.
Rub shoulders with Prague’s wannabes and when you get fed up go for Duck á l´orange at the
excellent restaurant downstairs.
BUGSY’S BAR ***
Pařížská 10, Prague 1 - Old Town
Daily 19 - 02, tel.: 2329943
222 cocktails, stylish 20’s setting. Barmen in bow-ties shake cocktails to the admiring
glances of well-dressed girls, who aere in turn admired by well-dressed men. Be here.
Jakubská 2, Prague 1 - Old Town
Daily 12 - 05.
Red room, heatted atmosphere, thumping beat, pulls in the crowds every night. Dress down
to blend in.
Astra Passage, Václavské náměstí 4
Prague 1 - Old Town. Daily 17 - 04.
(20-23 - Live Jazz, 23-04 DJ's), Tel.: 96249444
Restaurant, Lounge and Nightclub. Live Jazz, DJ's. Cute Thai food meets Cuban Salsa and
has a good time in a ornate, plush Baroque setting.
Konviktská 11, Prague 1 - Old Town
Mo - Sat 9.30 - 06.30, tel.: 24233427
Bar/café. A riot of bright colours, floating curvy tables (after a few drinks), salads,
sandwiches, cakes galore.
Dušní 8, Prague 1 - Old Town. Daily 17 - 04, tel.: 24818498.
The newest cocktail bar in the city. Slick, modern, stylish, cellar setting. Sharp service
and cocktail menu as long as your arm!
ROCK CAFÉ *
Národní 20, Prague 1 - Old Town
Mon - Fri 10 - 03, Sat 20 - 03, tel.: 24914416.
Concerts 20.30., Live Rock, concerts, Bar, films.
Dlouhá 33, Prague 1 - Old Town
Daily 19.30, tel.: 24826390, concerts 20.00
Experimental space, concerts, Hiphop, Jungle, House, Techno. If the Incas’s had a club
this is what it would look like. A refurbished theatre with three levels, two bars, a huge
dancefloor and enough speakers to make you deaf for a week. Be here.
AGHARTA JAZZ CENTRUM ***
Krakovská 5, Prague 1 - New Town
Live Jazz Venue, concerts 21.00
Mon - Fri 17 - 01, Sat - Sun 19 - 01
LUCERNA MUSIC BAR ***
Pasáž Lucerna, Vodičkova 36, Prague 1 - New Town
Tel.: 24217108, Daily 18 - 03.30, Café 11 - 17, Concerts 21.00.
Live Rock, Blues, Jazz, Concerts. Varied program ranging from Elivis impersonators to
Courtney Pine. When good it’s very good.
RADOST FX ***
Bělehradská 120, Prague 2 - New Town, tel.: 22513144.
Café/Restaurant 11 - 05, club 22 - 05
Café, Gallery, Music Shop, Club Techno, House, Hip - Hop, Soul. Voted as one of the top
20 Prague’s in the Global Village by Ministry. Definatelly the limousine of the Prague
Club scene. Comes as a package with Café/restaurant, Lounge upstairs.
BLUE LIGHT ***
Mostecká 24, Prague 1 - Little Quarter
Daily 19 - 03, tel.: 57533126
Jazz, concerts. The cocktails, the etched grafittie on the dark walls-like the walls of
an Egyptian tomb, the cigarette smoke dancing in the candlelight, the great cocktails, cool
Blue notes floating through the air ...
LA CUBANA BAR **
Míšeňská 12, Prague 1 - Little Quarter
Daily 17 - 04, tel.: 57315104
Dancing, Salsa, Merengue and big fat Cigars.
What more can you ask for?
MALOSTRANSKÁ BESEDA *
Malostranské náměstí 21, Prague 1 - Little Quarter
Daily from 17, concerts 20.30, tel.: 539024
Rock, Blues, Swing
U MALÉHO GLENA **
Karmelitská 23, Prague 1 - Little Quarter, tel.: 535 8115
Daily: 10 - 02, concerts 21.00
Restaurant/bar, concerts, Jazz, Blues, Funk. Cosy, easy, friendly, laid-back, happy,
Národní 20, Prague 1 - New Town
Tel.: 24912246, reservation of tickets possible
from 3.00 p.m., Live Jazz daily from 9 p.m.
PALÁC AKROPOLIS ***
Kubelíkova 27, Prague 3 - Žižkov, tel.: 22712287
Café: Mon - Fri 10- 01, Sat/Sun 16 - 02, Bar: 19 - 02
Bar 2x, Café, world music, concerts, theatre. Real people, really great club, four bars
for God’s sake! And if you’re lucky
a Czech Rapping Ragamuffin!
Definatelly be here.
COME WITH US FOR A FEW BEERS!...
PUBS IN PRAGUE
If you are visiting the Czech Republic, you certainly cannot miss tasting the Czech beer.
There is nothing easier than to enter one of Prague’s restaurants or little pubs and wet one’s
whistle with a bedewet jug of beer. Pubs are as common in Prague as they are in London and
Munich, and as important to Czechs as cafés are to the French. For hundreds of years, Prague’s
pubs have engaged in a war of pride, each vying to serve the best beer. Although each pub
serves only one or two kinds of beer, the quality of the beer served is almost always high.
- The oldest brewery in Bohemia was reportedly established in 1118
in Cerhenice near Kolín (no documentation).
- The largest beer producer in the Czech Republic is Plzeňský
Prazdroj /Pilsner Urquell/ (it produced 4 753 999 hl of beer in 1999).
- The strongest beer in the Czech Republic is brewed in the Náchod
brewery; it is a special dark beer "Primátor"; 24 % Double (alc. vol
- In 1999, the Czech Republic had largest /recalculated/ consumption
of beer worldwide
/159, 7 liters per capital/.
- The largest Czech exporter of beer is Budweiser Budvar N. C. - its
exports exceed 30 %
of total Czech exports.
- 10 - degree beer is most popular in the Czech Republic.
- The best selling Czech brand is Gambrinus.
PIVNICE U SVATÉHO TOMÁŠE
Letenská 12, Prague 1 - Little Quarter, tel.: 536776, 57320101, Mo - Sun 11.30 - 24.00
The history of St. Thomas brewery in Malá Strana began to be written back in the year 1352
when it was founded as the Augustinian monastery brewery. Come and enjoy the specialities of
the Czech home cooking, 10 kinds of beer on the tap, live brass music every day, a garden
Křemencova 9, Prague 1 - New Town, tel.: 22232448, Mo - Sat 11.30 - 23.30, Sun 12 - 22.
The New Town Brewery Restaurant is a singular gastronomical rarity in the centre of Prague.
Typical Czech cooking, summer terrace, tours of the brewery, the opportunity to watch the
actual brewing of the 11° lager, musical evenings with beer, catering for tourist groups
Křemencova 9, Prague 1 - New Town, tel.: 24915118, Mo - Sun 19 - 23.
Live music, Show. Originally a brewery dating back to 1499, is Prague’s most famous beer
hall and one of the only pubs that still brews its own beer.
Na Bojišti 12, Prague 2 - New Town, tel.: 290701, Mo - Sun 11 - 23.
Who hasn’t been at the famous pub "U Kalicha", hasn’t been to Prague... From selections
like beefsteak á la Lieutenant Lukáš to cartooned walls, practically everything in here will
make you feel part of the famous Czech novel The Good Soldier Švejk, the name on which the
restaurant is based. Traditional Czech cuisine is available at inflated prices, and the in
house souvenir shop, selling every - hing from Švejk T-shirts and beer steins to postcards
discourages the locals from coming in.
U ZLATÉHO TYGRA
Husova 17, Prague 1 - Old Town, tel.: 24210591, Mo - Sat 15 - 23
One of the most famous Czech pubs, At the Golden Tiger is one of the favorite watering holes
of both Václav Havel and writer Bohumír Hrabal. This place is a one - stop education in Czech
culture. Havel and President Bill Clinton joined Hrabal for a traditional Czech pub evening
here during Clinton’s visit to Prague in January 24th in 1994.
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