Tiny hostinec/pub with 5-6 tables (+side room), and 6 pipes of Cerna Hora.
Staff knows a little english, as they listen to music with english lyrics.
Food is good if you’re up for a bite.
Seating capacity 30. +30 in side room.
Pop n rock in the background, heavymetal-direstraits.
Ashtrays on all 5-6 tables, fortunately none in use at 15:45 a wednesday afternoon. Later on two lit cigs, but the air system removed almost all of that poison.
Toilets, ženy is women, muži men,
and treat the troll in the toilet gently.
Go here if you want to extend your Cerna Hora (black mountain) ticks.
A pretty nice boozer just down the road from Akropolis. Good selection of Cerna Hora beers which I like. You don’t really see Cerna Hora in pubs too commonly. The food was really good too. It was later on in the evening but they were still able to furnish us with excellent food to beer.
Previously one was one of the best places in Prague. But now there are a lot of russians here, so the service is getting bad and the dark beer is getting worse. But still the man of the place is REALLY friendly, food is pretty good and Kvasar is perfect.
Small restaurant with a small bar serving only Cerna Hora beers. 10, 11, 12, 13 available with the Kvasar 14 out during my visit. Open WIFI. Food was okay but this is Czech Republic which means.... barely tolerable?
A great neighborhood bar and restaurant with excellent food and a friendly, blue-collar environment. The beer selection was fairly limited, focusing on the beers from the Cerna Hora brewery both on tap and in bottle. The food was excellent, with a great menu, and the service was quick and friendly. A nice local beer with a good atmosphere that I would be happy to visit again.
Pretty well located basement bar not far from the touristy old Prague.. The two very cosy rooms that sits about 60 people. Very warm neighbourhood put atmosphere. Tap selection was 4 different Cerna Hora. Also some bottles, but who cares about bottles in Czech Republic. Wine and liquor too. For the beer geek this seems to be the place in Prague to drink Cerna Hora (a pretty decent brewery), and for everybody else this is a nice cosy authentic pub.
This tiny basement café offers a host of Cerna Hora beers on tap and in bottles, including the rare Nefiltrované Vycepni. An aquarium, classical violins and black and white pics surround you as other patrons chat away, relaxing. The enthusiastic young couple who tend the place are eager to please and speak some English. This is not too far from the center, in the Zizkov neighbourhood, so if you care to try Cerna Hora beers on tap, this might be one of your chances unless you go out to Moravia. Oh, you can also have breakfast here...