1. Hospoda v Lucerne
Hospoda v Lucerne is a hidden away restaurant in a complex where you can find shops and cinemas. They serve typical typical Czech meals.
2. Na Verandách
The Staropramen Brewery’s restaurant, Na Verandách is a great venue with lots of locals enjoying modern versions of the Czech favourites. There you can enjoy lots of different brews straight from the brewery.
Kolkovna serves the best Czech food in Old Town. Enjoy thick soups, grilled meat and fish that are topped with unpasteurised Pilsner Urquell beer.
4. 7 Angels
Located not too far away from the Old Town square, 7 Angels serves traditional Czech cuisine and has something for the vegetarians as well. The décor is very warm and inviting playing lives music every Friday and Saturday.
5. Bistro Proti Proudu
The latest trendy bistro in a very modern and sleek interior. Bistro Proti has an all-day breakfast menu that is delicious as well as light options like soup, sandwiches and home-made desserts.
1. Cross Club
For somewhere a little different, head to Cross Club, a quirky bar made out of old car parts to make crazy lights, sculptures and DJ decks. There is a restaurant upstairs, an outdoor beer garden and a club downstairs.
In the Old Town you’ll find the Absintherie where you can experience the green fairy. Here they also do modern mixes with the absinthe, making absinthe flavoured beer and ice-cream. The bar is somewhere a little different and a great place to buy souvenirs.
3. Karlovy Lazsne
Karlovy Lazsne is the largest club in Central Europe and spans over 5 floors. Each level of the club’s décor is different, playing different types of music so it’s like going to 5 different clubs. One room has a retro light up dance floor and there is also an Ice Bar inside for an extra charge.
4. Café 80’s
Café 80’s is an 80’s themed bar and club near the Old Town that has fabulous decor (the sugar on the table is in a rubix cube!), beers and roller skating waitresses!
5. The Pub
The Pub is somewhere fun to take a group of friends and just hang out chatting. The novelty of The Pub is you get a table with a beer spout and then you need to pour your own beers. There is a big screen on the wall showing a scoreboard of how much beer your table has had to drink competing with others in the pub. You can even request a song from the touch screen on your table.