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Bar in PragueWe have already covered some of the hottest clubs in Prague, but the truth is that there are also many more to choose from as well. To help break down the list, here are some of our favorite bars and clubs from around the city.

Bombay Bar and Music Club

If you are looking for great cocktails, Rum Runners or margaritas, then you have come to the right place.  This bar is just a short distance from the Old Town Square down Dlouha Street.  It is a large spot which is good because on the weekends it tends to get crowded with a large number of international students and tourists.  The bar extends down one side of the room and there are also plenty of wines and beers to choose from.

Hours: Sunday through Wednesday – 7:00pm until 4:00am.  Thursday – 7:00pm until 5:00am.  Friday and Saturday – 7:00pm until 6:00am; website

 

Double Trouble Bar and Club

This is one of the city’s most popular cellar bars and that is saying something considering how many of them there are in Prague.  Somewhat hard to find, the Double Trouble is located between Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square.  If you like a more intimate club scene then this is the spot for you.  There is dancing which generally gets underway around midnight when patrons begin dancing on every flat surface they can find including the bar!  Music is supplied by DJ’s from Monday through Saturday.

Hours: Monday through Thursday – 7:00pm until 4:00am, Friday and Saturday – 7:00pm until 5:00am. website

 

The Bar and Books

Some of life’s pleasures are priceless – A candlelight setting, the unmistakeable scent of fine cigars, a discussion with your mates, a nice brandy snifter next to the hearty glow of a fireplace, all combined with some tunes that bring back memories for everyone. Welcome to the Bar And Books – a venue where pleasures like these can be constantly enjoyed. The bar has a couple of addresses – at Mánesova Sixty-Four, Prague Two, close to Metro A travelling to Jiřího z Poděbrad, and at Týnská Nineteen, Prague One, in the centre of Prague. website

 

The New York Bar at Tretter’s

This well-liked cocktail bar is located two blocks away from the Old Town Square. It is loosely fashioned on the New York style clubs of the 1930’s. The attractions here are the good quality cocktails and the flamboyant new-money clientèle. Arrive here early to reserve a table, or telephone in advance to reserve one. On a busy night, the bouncers will insist on a dress-code, so be safe and dress-up a little. It is open each day from 19:00-02:00. Address: V kolkovně Three, Prague One; Website: www.tretters.cz. Metro Station: Staroměstská.

 

Solidní Nejistota (Solid Uncertainty)

Catering to the over 25 crowd, Solid Uncertainty is an easy going club that offers music low enough to have a conversation, but still a happening dance floor if you want to get a groove on. The house DJ will mix a good dancing beat of several party tunes.  The club also has a fiery red wall as well as a huge bar that is very popular with the locals.  Located about a five minute walk from the main nightlife area, Solid Uncertainty is a bar you don’t have to be uncertain about visiting.

Hours: Monday through Friday – 11:00am until 6:00am, Saturday and Sunday – 6:00pm until 6:00am; website

 

Chapeau Rouge Bar and Club

Consisting of three floors, four bars and three stages, Chapeau Rouge Bar and Club is the ultimate party bar located near Old Town Square.  This spot draws in both the locals and tourists on a nightly basis.  Chapeau Rouge was founded in 1919 and designed like an Irish Pub on the bottom floor.  The two other floors have outlandish and top DJ’s spinning and entrance is free to anyone.  Decorated in a dark red, the crowd is made up of all ages and nationalities and the bar is a perfect way to start or end an evening on the town.

Hours for the bar:  Monday through Thursday – Noon until 3:00am, Friday – Noon through 4:00am, Saturday – 4:00pm through 4:00am and Sunday – 4:00pm until 2:00am

Hours for the club – Monday through Thursday – 9:00pm until 4:00am and Friday through Saturday – 9:00pm until 6:00am; website

 

La Fabrique Bar and Club

This is one of the oldest and well known clubs in all of Prague.  Located just five minutes from the Old Town Square and three minutes from Wenceslas Square, La Fabrique consists of a great bar upstairs as well as a cellar and a nightclub.  Much like other bars in Prague, La Fabrique has an interior decorated with exposed bricks.  They also serve a wide selection of beers including Stella Artois and Hoegaarden.  There are also plenty of cocktails and wine to choose from and the prices are all very reasonable.  The club is also popular with both the locals and the tourists.  With great hours you can either start or end your day with a drink or cocktail at La Fabrique.

Hours:  Monday through Thursday – 11:00am until 3:00am, Friday from 11:00am until 4:00am, Saturday from 5:00pm until 4:00am and Sunday from 5:00pm until 3:00am. www.lafabrique.cz

 

M1 Lounge Bar and Club

Attracting clientele such as Matt Damon, Elijah Wood, Kanye West among others, this is one of the hippest clubs in all of Prague.  Fresh off of an extensive renovation, M1 offers a dedicated cocktail bar, huge dance floor and one of the most exclusive VIP rooms in the city.  Located just a few minutes’ walk from Old Town Square, M1 caters largely to an international crowd.  Open early and late, this is the perfect place to either start or wrap up your evening.

Hours:  Sunday through Thursday – 8:00pm until 3:00am, Friday through Saturday – 8:00pm until 5:00am. website

 

N11 Music Club

At first glance, N11 may be small, but once you wind your way through the corridors you will see that this cellar club features several bars, lounges and a large dance floor.  In fact, the entire building can hold 350 patrons and normally attracts a local crowd.  Located just a five minute walk from Wenceslas Square it features over 40 foreign wines as well as foreign beers and numerous spirits to mix into your cocktails.  Over the dance floor there is a large projection screen which shows music videos and DVD’s.  N11’s DJ’s play hip-hop and R&B on the weekends making N11 good choice if these genres fit your music preference.

Hours: Tuesday through Thursday – 8:00pm until 4:00am, Friday through Saturday – 8:00pm until 5:00am. website

 

Grand Café Praha

If jazz is more your thing, then don’t miss the Grand Café Praha.  Located in the luxurious Grand Hotel Praha and overlooking Old Town Square, this upscale café features jazz music on a nightly basis.  Patrons can take advantage of “Dinner and Jazz Night” which includes jazz music along with a three course meal and a welcoming glass of champagne.  Tickets must be purchased in advance in order to gain admittance. website

 

Bílý Koníček Restaurant and Jazz Club

Open to those of all ages, Bily Konicek features nightly jazz as well as delicious food.  Located in one of the oldest houses on Old Town Square, this restaurant is located in the cellar of the 12th century building.  Meals come prepared in either traditional Czech or international fare and while there are plenty of good Czech wines available to accompany your meal, you can also fine wines from Germany, France, Italy and Spain.  While the bottles may be expensive, the wine by the glass is very reasonable.

The background music is kept low until 9:00pm when the three to five jazz musicians take the stage and play until midnight.  If you prefer to keep going afterwards, there is a club in the back of the restaurant that can be booked in advance for large groups.  The music will cover several decades and you can dance until dawn.

Bily Konicek is suitable for those looking to party or for romantic couples looking for a night out to themselves.

Hours: Daily from 11:00am until 1:00am, Live jazz band from 9:00pm until Midnight. website

 

U Malého Glena Bar and Jazz Club

As one of the smallest jazz clubs in the city, U Maleho is a great place to spend an intimate evening sampling a range of cold beers and cocktails.  Located within a five minute walk of Charles Bridge, this bar features a relaxed atmosphere every night.  Live music starts each evening at 9:30pm and there is a jam session every Sunday.  You will have to arrive early in order to find a good spot and not be regulated to the small bar set away from the stage and main jazz room. website

 

U Staré Paní

Completely hidden away from street level, this jazz club is located in a cellar whose entrance is found through the U Stare Pani Hotel.  Some of the best jazz acts in Prague take up residence here so it is best to get there early for the best seats and even then, you will likely be sharing a table with another couple.  U Stare Pani serves a wide variety of champagne, spirits, cocktails, beers and soft drinks.  While the doors open at 7:00pm, the live jazz will begin at 9:00.

Hours:  Daily 7:00pm until 2:00am, live jazz from 9:00pm until Midnight. website

 

The Aloha Wave Lounge

The Aloha Cocktail Bar and Music Club in Prague is a fashionable establishment, with a hint of Hawaiian Tiki influence from the 1930’s to 1960’s. Dimmed lighting and a wooden interior gives the venue a laid back atmosphere. We provide a fantastic array of modern cuisine and exotic cocktails. The chilled out surroundings are complemented by live music from bands and DJs. Aside from our usual program, we arrange themed parties, along with birthday and corporate parties. This venue is perfect for anyone who wishes to sample some Hawaiian flavours. Visit us Online: www.alohapraha.cz

 

Ungelt Jazz and Blues Club

Located just off Old Town Square, and founded in 2000, this is one of the newest jazz clubs in Prague.  And while it might be young, Ungelt has already established a reputation as one of the best jazz clubs in the city.  Small and intimate it is located in a brick cellar with a scaffolding balcony in order to increase the occupancy.  There are numerous cocktails and beers available, all at reasonable prices and the crowd is usually a mix of both young and old as well as locals and tourists.

Hours: Daily from 8:00pm until Midnight, Live Music from 9:15 until Midnight. website

 

Bugsy’s Bar

Situated at the renown upmarket Paris Street venue, Bugsy’s Bar has been in Prague ever since 1995. The drinks menu it offers includes dozens of items from champagne, sake and rums, to wines, tequilas, vodkas and whiskeys (and other spirits). Cigars and food are also offered. Visit us Online: www.bugsysbar.com

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Other Bars Listing

BaReGo www.mandarinoriental.cz

Blue Light www.bluelightbar.cz

Buddha-Bar Hotel  www.buddha-bar.cz

Bugsys Cocktail Bar www.bugsysbar.cz

Cloud-9 Bar www.cloud9.cz

Club Újezd  www.klubujezd.cz

Čili Bárek www.cilibar.cz

Dirty Dog Cocktail Bar www.dirtydogbar.cz

Duende www.barduende.cz

Fraktál  www.fraktalbar.cz

Hany Bany Bar   www.hanybany.cz  

Hemingway Bar Prague www.hemingwaybar.eu

Jet Set www.jetset.cz

Mad Bar www.madbar.cz

Orange Bar & Café www.orangebar.cz

Solidní Nejistota www.solidninejistota.cz

Ultramarin www.ultramarin.cz

Radost FX www.radostfx.cz

U Sudu www.usudu.cz

Zanzibar www.kavarnazanzibar.cz

Zelena Zahrada www.zelena-zahrada.eu

 

Other Live Music Clubs

Bunkr Parukářka www.parukarka.eu

Chapeau Rouge www.chapeaurouge.cz

Cross Club www.crossclub.cz

Klub Strahov 007  www.klub007strahov.cz

Lucerna Music Bar www.musicbar.cz

Matrix Club www.matrixklub.cz

Meet Factory www.meetfactory.cz

Palác Akropolis  www.palacakropolis.cz

Red Room www.redroom.cz

Rock Café www.rockcafe.cz

Roxy www.roxy.cz

SaSaZu  www.sasazu.com

Styx Smart Club www.clubstyx.cz

Wakata www.wakataclub.org

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