Another good pub in this vicinity. Only opens early evening but open till late although kitchen closes 9ish. 20 taps offering old and modern beers from Czech micro breweries from Prague and miles away.
A relatively small place on two floors just across the street from the Vinohrady Theatre (aah, the memories). Smallish but cozy place on two walls - be sure to reserve a table in advance if there's more than two of you. 21 taps (hah), mostly Czech craft, partly experimental, with only a few traditional styles + a very interesting selection in the fridge. The beers differed in shape and form - but not through the fault of the bar - not all breweries are quite on point. The prices are a bit higher than average, 49kc for 0.33l of ordinary stuff, 60 for hoppier stuff, 69 for fancy imports. Not crippling, but there are cheaper places in town. There's a sampler of 5x0.125 bottles for 189kc though if you're in for the ticks. Kind, friendly service, doing their best + English spoken. Okay ambiance, good music, interesting lighting, love the pictures around. There's food, on the "modern" side, not that cheap but looking good. Not the best place in town, perhaps, but among the top few I've encountered and definitely recommended!
Pro tip for all places around Námestí Míru.: Unless you're already on the green line, just get off at IP Pavlova - it's barely a 6-7 minutes walk away, really not worth changing metro lines at Muzeum
Near a metro station and plenty of other stuff. Okay prices, locals and good amount of tourists as to be expected. Can get crowded as in found it completely full when I decided to visit it again so couldn’t get in. Good service, modern looking with lots of need dark wood, below area feels a bit small due to the layout, upstairs is bigger. They had their Christmas decoration up which I loved, looked a bit pricey but it wasn’t (bit stepper prices but okay). About 20 taps and flights available with more modern craft focus and a good selection some more special beers like a coconut porter and a gose upon my visit. Almost all Czech, spotted one interestingly from a good Russian brewery and some uninteresting foreign beers like a common Stone. Great stuff, come on a calmer moment I would say.
A nice modern place set up for vertical drinking in the sense that there’s a small bar at street level and an open staircase to the upper areas. There are 20 taps (hence the name) with mainly Czech beers. The exceptions were Fullers Wild River, Stone Arrogant Bastard and De Ranke XX Bitter; oh, and there was a bonus - a 21st tap with Anchor Porter. The music was just to my taste and exactly my era so we played a little game to see who was fastest at recognising it - Chris or Shazam. The result was a draw.
(Visited 10 April 2018).
Modern and beautiful set up, with seating over a couple of floors. Excellent taplist. Flights of 5 available for 189 Ck, not too badly priced. Staff speak great English and are very friendly and prompt. One of the better bars in town for quality and ticking. Mandatory stop in town.