Blogger Pivní Filosof shares his favourite beer spots in Prague.
Restaurace Kulový Blesk
It is almost in the centre, but not quite. It's a great option to either start a day of walking around town with a solid lunch or to finish it with a few beers from renown small breweries from the Czech Rep. and abroad, incl. Bad Flash, a brand brewed specially for this pubRead more ›
Hostinec U Slovanské Lípy
It's close enough to the centre to be easy to reach, even by food, but far enough to be safe from the weekend tourist crowd. The limited menu is almost exclusively Czech classics, with some truly top of the range beer snacks to help you drink more of the 10 pivos they have on tapRead more ›
Have you ever been at a pub with a wood burning stove next to the bar that has a big pot of soup bubbling on top? Here's your chance to see that, and enjoy some good quality traditional Bohemian food with perfectly tapped beer from Pivovar Konrad, all at very good prices.Read more ›
První Pivní Tramway
It will feel like an adventure, and you'll be able to sit in a tram that is inside a pub--sort of. It's also very likely that you'll get to meet some locals, and if you've been a good patron, you'll be saluted with the bell of an old tram when you leaveRead more ›