Not sure why this place is getting such a high rating here, but anyways, it's an interesting place with a very good selection of local Czech beers, the service was quite weird and the food was nothing special.
5 minutes walk from I.P. Pavlova, just go directly into Sokolská and not the equidistant Legerova/Rumunská combo - or you'll have to jaywalk on a very busy street in front of a police station. Which I absolutely deny doing. Yes. Of course.
Absolute classic from what I've heard, will be closing and moving next year so I had to visit it. Mainly a basement place in winter it seems - it does have a patio with a separate tap list open when it was warmer, dimmed lights, movie posters, slightly labyrinthine. Service perhaps depends on the person, paying with 200kc turned into a complication, but otherwise quite professional. An Aliance P.I.V. member which means an interesting selection from Czech breweries, but very much hit and miss. 10 active taps I think available when I was there. Excellent Clock Brut IPA, one so-so beer from Krikloun, two flawed Lobec beers etc. Okay prices. Haven't eaten, but the portions looked fine. All in all, a good central place that's worth a look - and one will hope that it will be even better at the new location.
SinH4 (409) Garching b. München, Germany | August 1, 2019
A two-story "beer restaurant" with an extensive selection of Czech and foreign beers and many taps. Waiters were nicer than last time I was there, it was all fine. I don't think they speak much English, but they do have an English menu that will help. A fun place!
So many times visited and still not rated? What a shame :) So, oldshool Czech cellar restaurant and street level bar with many film posters from 70'. Around 20 taps, not so fresh beers as it should be. Very popular and very crowded, noisy at evening, full for lunch time. Not my favorite place, but owner Libor is good guy with beer in his heart :)
Craft-beer-bar in the celler. Rusty, but cool. Several czech craft-beers on tap, although a typical place for hipster, mostly local students are guests. Also many people form the surrounding hostels.
Not really typical czech, but nice atmosphere.
As usual in Prague several tables marked reserved while all others occupied. Nowhere really to stand as just a small bar under a roofed patio, but luckily waitress let me use a reserved table as long as I finish in an hour! Interesting beer selection all in good nick. Food good but portions could have been larger.
Very close to many other locations and just off a main street. This is a worn out, old-time place, but with a pretty good taplist, mixed between traditional styles and craft. No flights and it's difficult to try beers, as staff speak poor English. Not one of my better stops in Prague, but it's good for a quick beer or two if nearby.