The Best Truly Local Bars in Prague

If you were a drink, what kind of drink would you be? A modest but honest after-work beer? A mustache-twirlingly innovative craft IPA? A delicate artisanal wine? Perhaps a flashy cocktail with a memorable name? Prague has a local, hand-picked bar for you no matter what glass you come in. Our locals have your back, so buckle up, for the night is long and full of wonders.

Café Jehuda – Pickled cheese and beer

Café Jehuda – Pickled cheese and beer

Image by Stepan Bärtl

“Café Jehuda” in Prague is a really great place to hang out during the day and relax over a cup of coffee. But I could be wrong; I’m always drunk there.

Full Article by Štěpán Bärtl

Café Lajka – Simply a place to hang out

Café Lajka – Simply a place to hang out

Image by Ivana Pivarníková

“Café Lajka” may seem like an ordinary coffee spot in Prague 7, but I still feel very special whenever I come here to this neighborhood with my friends.

Full Article by Ivana Pivarníková

Cafe v Lese – Cottage in the woods

Cafe v Lese – Cottage in the woods

Image by Stepan Bärtl

“Cafe v Lese” Prague (which means ‘in the woods’) is located far from any forest, but here was the first Prague brother with hot running water. Cool right?

Full Article by Štěpán Bärtl

Café-Bar Duende – Café-bar of freespirited locals

Café-Bar Duende – Café-bar of freespirited locals

Image by Martin Kozel

“Café-Bar Duende” is my choice when I’m in the city centre and want to have a beer on tap or a coffee. Protip: I suggest you try their malinovka…

Full Article by Martin Kozel

Cross Club – Steam punk club

Cross Club – Steam punk club

Image by Dorothea Gecella

“Cross Club” is a steampunk Prague hangout that turns into an insane world. I think it’s one of and craziest clubs in the city and always a right choice.

Full Article by Josef Ševčík

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