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.
Astonishing selection of Czech brews and excellent service. The prices are a bit higher than usual, but the excellent service more than compensates it. One of the best pubs I’ve been to.
Cliff (72) The Land of Milk and Honey, Ohio | June 3, 2011
Stopped mid afternoon. Sat in the basement. Place was pretty empty, only one other table. Drank a few good Czech lagers. Cool ambiance, service was good, but again, we pretty much had the plac eto ourselves. Great value, as is most of Prague. Would love to visit again.
We kinda missed out on drinking here the first night bc they closed up at 11PM on a Friday or something insane like that! So be warned...went back again, sat in basement. Great buzzing Boho vibe, nothing bad to say, fun beer list, fun food items on menu and food good by Prague standards. Happy.
Oakes (833) Vancouver, British Columbia | March 16, 2011
Decent beer bar - wasn’t nuts about the service getting there a minute after last call and being told to bugger off. But the next night we tried again and had better luck. Good beer list, not the best in town, but a good third option.
This is a pretty cool bar outside the centre of Prague (but only a couple of stops on the Metro) that is embracing the craft beer revolution. Upstairs represents more of a bottle shop with a bar at one side with downstairs being more of a cellar bar/restaurant. The bottle selection here is pretty special and ranges from a fairly extensive Czech list to international selection. The draft list was composed of the more interesting micro-brewed Czech beers. Although I never ate the food that was coming out of the kitchen looked much better than standard pub food. Well worth a visit.
An impressive selection of bottles! A decent tap selection of 6 taps. Quite reasonably priced and a very good selection of Czech beers
Velkyal (78) Gordonsville, Virginia | September 7, 2010| Updated May 8, 2014
Was my local when I lived in Prague, the place I met my wife, had my reception and many a great night on the beer. Much missed now that I live in the States, much anticipated when we next go to Prague.