We took tram no. 16 to the Perunova stop to visit Pivo a Parek as a “lucky dip” on the way to Vinohradsky Pivovar. It’s in a basement and is really a small shop with a couple of rooms at the back - in the shop / bar there is standing room only - and a pleasant and secluded garden area outside. It’s well worth visiting - a lovely place which feels authentically local and with welcoming service plus good beer.
(Visited 12 April 2018).
A tiny cellar bar with a limited but interesting range of beers (5 out of 6 taps were on plus 40 or so bottles). All beers from micro breweries. No seating area just 2 or 3 tiny perches to put your beer on. Beer list is coloured chalk on a blackboard but is in joined handwriting making it difficult to read who brews what beer! Plus the only staff member doesn't speak English nor German so couldn't ask who the beers were by... It took me longer to research what beer I had than to drink it! However it was good quality. Whoever uploaded the photo has got the wrong branch of this small chain! The photo is of the Praha 3 branch, a 15 min walk north of this one!!
Small cellar beer store / tasting room in the same street as Vinohradský Pivovar. Mainly wooden decor, very simple setup, standing room only in the bar area, which was fine as I was by myself for most of my short visit. Six beers on tap - all rather uninspired interpretations of local styles, but thankfully available in small pours. A couple of fridges as well, mostly containing large-format bottles. Not much of a selection here either to be honest, but they're well-stocked on beers by Pivovar Clock so I did manage to grab some nice bottles to take home. English isn't spoken, not a big problem though. Probably needs a re-rate sometime down the road.
Small cellar bar with 6 beers on tap, several fridges with bottles lined up towards the wall. As expected there is a wide selection of pareks here, but I went for the good Czech beers, but the food both looked and smelled delicious
Small basement bar / Bottle shop. About 5-6 taps and 2 frigdes with Czech beers. A few seating, otherwise you have to stand and drink your beer. Good service, good english. Easy to get to, a tram stop outside (10-16) close to Vinohradsky pivovar and beergeek bar, so well worth a visit when in the area.
Small pub in a cellar combined with a beer store. Fridge by the wall with bottles, Counted about 30 bottles and 6 Tap towers. Mostly standing places for enjoying beer, very limited with places to sit down. Would not call this a restaurant, more like a mix between bottle shop and pub. Visited 04.10.2015 together with Bryne.