First of all it’s important to note that the best part of this bar is right through at the back adjacent to the brewery. You pass through the crowded and smokey Budvar beer hall to find the quieter, but more atmospheric cellar bar. Here they only serve the in-house brews both on tap and in bottle. I found the Oldgott to be a particularly interesting and flavoursome sour beer. There is a small beer shop attached where you can purchase all U Medvidku brews and about 20 other Czech beers. I ate hear a few times and was pretty impressed with the traditional Czech food.
very popular and very central. The bar is good but smokey (as are most bars in Prague :-( Good selection of beers in the bar. A good place to stay to with free wifi and breakfast included. The restaurant gets marked down for adding a sneaky 35kr to the food bill as a hidden service charge. Note that the food bill is handwritten so you don’t see what you are paying for.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | October 13, 2010| Updated October 14, 2010
One of my favorite breweries to hit in Prague. They have some great beers (especially X33) but also have a dozen other Czech beers to try. I sat in a very cool bar.
garza (90) Oslo (NO), Caracas (VE), Venezuela | September 12, 2010
Big bar/restaurant. Not a big selection, but what they have on local and own beers is more than good. Very good typical czech food, good service.
A bit on the touristy side, but if you know where to go in the cavernous pub you can have an excellent time. My particular favourite is the microbrewery section at the back of the building, where they only have their own beer on draft, but it is worth the extra cost.
Visited on friends’ recommendation on 11 July 2010 and at least twice more within a week during my stay in Prague. The brewpub comprises two main functions: a) a well-preserved dining hall with tiled floor, partitioned seating areas and 6’ woodpanelling on walls. Service quick and efficient, and food range suits most tastes and budgets. Choose carefully as one or two "surprise" ingredients feature in soups etc.
b) drinkers area, on left as you enter. This is comfortable, full of wood an had a warm, friendly buzz on each of my visits. The homebrewed beers are excellent, and so is the Budvar. Although in the centre of town, it seems to attract the more discerning of beer tourists.
The brewery is open for public visits by prior arrangement - check with pub first.
A great place; wholly recommended.
This smoke-heavy, larger multi-roomed brewpub can be hit or miss I guess. While some of their beers are lauded, I felt completely underwhelmed. The X-33 was a syrupy joke that I did not much prefer to the bottled version I’d had a couple of times before and the famous Oldgott did let me down being far less explosive with freshness than I’d hoped. Pair the slight beer disappointment with the rudest service consisting of throwing smoke iin your face and throwing the menus at you and you’ve got a pretty despicable experience that lasted shorter than we had planned. I may give it a second chance someday, but I’m not holding my breath.
A really good place that mixes some of the best of two worlds. A classic Prague beer hall downstairs serving Budvar tanková and a small brewpub upstairs serving some really outsanding beers (though their quality can suffer during the high seasons)
Just a short walk from the Old Town Square in Prague. Fairly large building although i admittedly didn’t check out too much of the place. Quick and friendly service. Five main beers on tap, four from the brewery and one was Budvar. The X-33 was fun to try as was the Oldgott. After spending the previous week in Belgium & Germany, you truly appreciate Czech prices for beer. Nice enough place, plus they had some fairly interesting beer