Where to go out in Prague?Restaurants and bars in Prague, Where to go out in Prague?
AghaRTA Jazz Centrum
Agharta Jazz Centrum welcomes you to a little cellar nightclub with a very warm atmosphere where you can discover some very good local musicians. This place will allow you to have a chat with friends while listening to good quality jazz music. The entrance is between 150 – 200 CZK. The show generally begins on time so be there by 20:40 to find a free seat.
Address: Železná 16, Praha 1
www: AghaRTA Jazz Centrum
Batalion Hard Rock Café
This dancing bar where the entrance is free is quite multicultural. You can either sit down upstairs to drink your glass quietly or go down to the nicely decorated basement if you want to dance on varied music but more tending towards Rock – R’n’B. You can make your After Party in here, some people say that it is the best to come late at night. No cloakroom!
Address: 28. října 3, Praha 1
Opening hours: non-stop
Café Louvre is a Parisian style café dating from 1902 (Non smoking area). It is open from 8am every day; with morning newspapers and a wide range of breakfast menus, coffee and other beverages. It’s also interesting to go there just to taste delicious sundaes… Next to the café there is a fine billiards hall, with 5 pool tables.
Address: Národní třída 20, Praha 1
Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 08:00-23:30; Saturday to Sunday: 09:00-23:30
www: Café Louvre
Club Karlovy Lázně
Karlovy Lazne, called as well the club « Five Floors », is the biggest dancing of Central Europe. It’s very popular with tourists and young local people. If you are next to Charles Bridge, you can’t miss it. These five floors offer an amazing diversity of atmosphere thanks to various styles of music: Techno, House, Transe, Drum’n’Bass, Industrial, 80’s, 90’s, Pop, RandB, Rock. Prices of drinks are really reasonable. In short, everybody likes it. In spite of the entrance of 120 crowns (max.), it's worth trying.
Address: Smetanovo nábřeží 198 (Novotného lávka), Praha 1
www: Club Karlovy Lázně
You might be suprised when entering this place because it reflects exactly the atmosphere of the famous movie „Coyote Girls“... Californian decoration, attractive music, barmaids who can dance, crazy atmosphere, ... Cocktails, of course, are more expensive than somewhere else (more than 150 cz) but the show is assured!
Address: Malé nám. 2, Praha 1
This bar offers you a great variety of teas as well as hookahs. Its oriental décor invites you to have a break and relax in the late afternoon over a nice cup of tea or coffee. Non- smoking area available. Hookahs of various flavours.
Address: Masná 8, Praha 1
Opening hours: Mon - Sat 12:00 - 23:30, Sun 14:00 - 23:00
www: Čajovna Siva
Hany Bany - café & bar
Hany Bany is a bar frequented by young people and all those who want to go for a drink and relax with their friends. You will discover all its advantages immediately: a cool atmosphere, nice cocktails at very reasonable prices (Mojito recommended), comfortable sofas, simple but nice meals, multicultural clientele, an exception right in the centre of the town,… It’s a perfect place to start an evening with friends.
Address: Veleslavínova 5, Praha 1
Château L'enfer Rouge
Château Rouge is authentic with his particular style. This club with two dance floors is well-known by tourists because it’s well located in the centre of the Old Town. The beer is flowing freely while cocktails are varied but expensive. The entrance is free and you’ll find all kinds of music. Shortly, very nice place where you’ll spend a really nice moment with your friends.
Address: Jakubská 2, Praha 1
Located on an island in the middle of Vltava, Kamikaze isn’t really a club frequented by the tourists. Every evening is different as for music style: House, 80’s, Pop, R’nB, ... Two dance floors offer you a lot of space to come with a great number of friends. For an entry +/- 100 CZK (4€)...very interesting.
Address: Ostrov Štvanice 1125, Praha 7
The first time you enter, you know you are discovering something extraordinary. This feeling increases with the opened kitchen and the dark lighting of the main room. An amazing selection of wines and attentive staff make your supper perfect. In conclusion, a cosy place where it’s always interesting to taste new dishes. Menu in Czech, English and French.
Address: Betlémské nám. 169/5a, Praha - Staré Město
Opening hours: 11:30 – 24:00
This underground music club is situated in the cellar and the ground floor of an old house in Holesovice – the old industrial area of Prague. This place is magical thanks to its removable decoration in perpetual movement. The screening and disappearance of coloured lights and the interior make it look like a haunted museum. Go to Cross Club and you’ll live an incredible and colourful experience. Almost all styles of music are present: FreeTekno, Reggae, Dance-Hall, BreakBeat, Ska, Techno, Psychedelic Trance, Electro, Jungle, Drum'n'Bass, World Music, Dub, RaggaJungle, Hip-Hop, Tech-Trance, HardCore, Gabba, Beat-Box, Rave, Acid, Tech-House, Noise-Core.
Address: Plynární 23, Praha 7
www: Klub Cross
Klub Lavka is to be found next to Charles Bridge and very near the National Theatre. It isn’t only a club but also a restaurant and a café with various bars. There is no doubt that the particularity of this club are the two terraces offering you an exceptional panorama of Prague. Concerning the club, you’ll find two dance floors with a lot of Pop Music. The entry is most of the time around 100 crowns.
Address: Novotného Lávka 1, Praha 1
www: Klub Lávka
A delightful pizzeria where you can taste Italian cuisine in a luxurious and romantic setting. Taking in consideration the high quality of the service and the geographic location of the restaurant (right in the city centre), the prices are reasonable.
Address: Celetná 5, Praha 1
www: La Scala
Lucerna Music Bar
If you are fond of “kitshy music”, retro and old songs (80’s, 90’s, Pop, Rock), you just can’t miss this music bar. Often packed with people, these dance in a spacious cellar watching a large screen with various music video clips. Located in the centre of Prague, the entrance fee is of 100 crowns (beer costs 35crowns).
Address: Vodičkova 36, Praha 1
www: Lucerna Music Bar
Mecca is one the best Electro clubs in Prague… On Wednesdays it’s free but other days prices are quite high. There are two dance floors, one with techno-electro music and the other with retro and more commercial music. You can find there a spacious room with white and comfortable sofas. Moreover, there is an excellent dance floor with good lighting. If you are fond of trendy nightclubs, it’s worth popping in while you are in Prague. Our favourite among night clubs…
Address: U Průhonu 3, Praha 7
www: Mecca club
A bit off the city centre, the Akropolis opens up its doors to two little rooms opened non-stop while another big room is opened only during the weekend and for special occasions. Beer is really cheap and you can also taste a lot of original cocktails. Various DJ’s giving themselves to sound mixing, the prevailing type of music is Techno and Trance. The entry is free.
Address: Kubelíkova 1548/27, Praha 3
www: Palác Akropolis
Restaurace U Knihovny
Amazing restaurant since it offers, at the same time, quality of meals and diversity, all that in a pleasant and rustic setting. The speciality and the Norwegian salmons are especially wonderful (the menu is translated into English). Prices are low considering the situation of the restaurant in the centre. It is definitely our favourite place...
Address: Veleslavínova 10, Praha 1
Opening hours: Every day 11:00-23:00
This little restaurant situated in the New Town is an appropriate place to eat a good meal quickly served. Its speciality are sweet or salty pancakes but you’ll also find meaty dishes and salads. The French institute of Prague is just in front of Titanic, so if you are interested… you can easily visit it.
Address: Štěpánská 24, Praha 1
Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 23:00, Sun: 15:00 - 23:00
www: Restaurant Titanic
Retro Music Hall
Cafe bar and music hall. The Prague's top place to meet for music and dancing.
Address: Francouzská 4 (Náměstí Míru), Praha 2
www: Retro Music Hall
This former theatre trimmed with psycho decoration offers you an Electro – Techno – Drum’n’Bass atmosphere. Roxy welcomes you in a kind of cellar where beers are cheap. There is also a more quiet room where you can play table foot. Most people are young and a lot of teenagers come here. The entrance is free every Monday.
Address: Dlouhá 33, Praha
www: Roxy club
Sport Bar Zlatá hvězda
Sport fans in general, and American sports fans in particular, need to know about this bar, with several big televisions, because it's usually the only one in the city to stay open until the final whistle blows. Pretty waitresses deliver cheap beer and decent food to a loud and appreciative crowd.
Address: Ve Smečkách 12, Praha 1
U Karla IV Bar tequilla
This bar itself has nothing exceptional but it hides a room in the basement where you can find a wide range of spirits at VERY reasonable prices: tequila, absinthe,… for 38 crowns. Moreover, the atmosphere is enhanced by a giant screen with music video clips of the 70’s and 80’s. It’s closed at 11 pm. Why not start you evening here?
Address: Karlova 454/46, Praha 1
Ungelt Jazz & Blues Club
Ungelt Jazz & Blues Club proposes a specific style in music as well as in decoration. The small concert room offers cosiness and complicity between players and customers. It’s more Blues than Jazz. Even if it’s a remixed song, there is a lot of originality. The jam sessions are well-established there. The concerts begin at 21:00 and finish at midnight. Two or three breaks allow you to share your impressions with friends and have a drink at reasonable prices. Our favourite among blues…
Address: Týnská ulička 2/640, Praha 1
Vagon music club and pub
The place is based on a solid bar, offering a wide range of spirits of all kinds. No entrance fee after eleven o’clock. This long and narrow place is litterally crowded with young people. To get there, look for the passage next to KFC.
Address: Národní třída 25, Praha 1
Vinárna U Sudu
If you are interested in a hidden place frequented by local people, U Sudu is the right place to go. Pass the little entrance to get lost in the labyrinth of the many rooms.
Address: Vodičkova 10 (Lazarská), Praha 1
www: Vinárna U Sudu
ZERO music bar
A little cocktail bar and club very close to the Old Town… You’ll find a design, modern and brilliant interior as well as a very warm welcome. With a lot of DJ’s and their varied styles (Mix Jazz, Blues, Cuban and Latino music,…), the atmosphere is lovely. During the week-ends, Zero is an excellent place to party late in the night. Closed on Mondays.
Address: Dušní 8, Praha 1