Visited in July 2009: Sat in small upstairs room, on high tables. Good selection of Czech beers on draft. Tried a honey beer and the house lezak. Food was un-memorable. A little out of Old Town, but manageable location. A pioneer in Prague’s beer scene. Eclipsed now by several others?
It would be a crime to go to Prague and not visit Pivovarsky Klub. We were given a Czech menu but as soon as they realised we spoke English we were brought an English menu. Even though it was busy on a Friday evening we were not rushed to make a choice. Huge selection of beers - pity the menu gave no indication of the styles.
The food looked great (check out the roast pork knuckle) but we were only there for the beer.
It’s only about a hundred yards from the Florenc metro station so easy to find.
YULbier (250) Montreal, | September 29, 2011| Updated June 21, 2012
6 rare czech beers on tap. OK bottle selection. Good service (in english). Now non-smoking. Food ranges from bad to OK. Overall not my favorite hangout in Prague but your best option while waiting for your bus, since it’s situated a couple of meters from the Florenc bus station.
Camons (664) Hasselager, Denmark | August 6, 2011| Updated August 4, 2012
Nice bar placed just up the stairs from the Florenc Metro station. Light, nice and clean, smokefree. Nice and fast service, speaking a decent english. Rather slow at a monday afternoon at 14.00, a few locals in to have lunch, low noise. 6 taps, 5 of them with Chezh beer and St. Barnadus 8 on the last one, rotating all the time. Huge bottle selection with beers from all over europe, mostly Chezh, German, Belgian. Didnt eat, but food looked tasty.
A very good place to check out, but as an initial note, I’d rather go back to Zly Casy a second time. Still, good options on tap, and an excellent bottle list. Definitely one of the top couple places in Prague though.
This place rocks. It’s just a short 5 minute cab ride from the main tourist area, and it is an essential stop as far as I’m concerned. We caught it at an off hour, which is good, because the place gets crazy busy later in the afternoon. When I left, the upstairs and downstairs (both sizable) were completely packed with locals and fellow tourists alike. I did not eat....only drank draft beers at the bar. The selection was very good, and the beers were fresh and in top condition. A couple of the Pivovarsky Dum beers are available, as well as one from Kout and some of the other top pils producers. I didn’t even know where to start on voluminous bottle selection. I also stayed away from the bottle shop, but it looked like they had all of the top bottled Czech product available. Excellent, vibrant, smoke-free environment. I could have sat there all day.