Zubatý Pes

December 06, 2015

One of the best places in Prague, The beer collection is very impressive including rare beers from both czech republic and the world. You can frequently find the masterpieces by Matushka (the highly acclaimed modern czech brewer). The food is minimal but all the little meat jars they have on offer are unique and imported from one of the village farms outside Prague.


Prague 10, K Botiči 2


Hostinec U Vodoucha

December 06, 2015

On tap, they’ve got 9 Czech beers, from breweries like Zlatá Labut´, Harrach, Černá Hora, Dobřanský, Kocour, Opat, Herold, and Podkrkonošsky. More often than not, you’ll have the chance to try an ale; for example, they sometimes have beers from Beskydský Pivovar, one of our favorite Czech breweries newer to the scene. 

Popular amongst all ages, U Vodoucha fills up quickly so a reservation is recommended. An equal walking distance from metro stations Jiřího z Poděbrad and Flora (on the A line), U Vodoucha is on the corner of Jagellonská and Bořivojova streets, in Žižkov. 


Prague 3, Žižkov, Jagellonská 21

monday-sunday 11.00 - 24.00

BeerGeek Bar & Pivotéka

December 06, 2015

Beer Geek’s bar excelent place for beer geek. 30 taps! The menu includes beers from Czech breweries like Falkon, Matuška, Kout na Šumavé, and Clock. The international selection includes a steady supply of BrewDog, Thornbridge, Anderson Valley, Mikkeller, and Schneider Weisse. Styles vary from lagers to kölsch to saison to porter, with an emphasis on ales. 

Located on Vinohradská 62 just across from Jiřího z Poděbrad, Beer Geek is easily reached by the tram 136,165 (from Rokycanova to Flora), than on foot to Jiřího z Poděbrad. Just across the square on Slavíková, their original shop is still open. 


Prague 3, Žižkov,VINOHRADSKÁ 62 

Monday-Sunday 15:00 - 02:00
+420 776827068


U Kurelů

December 06, 2015

Spanning an expansive, beautiful corner pub in Žižkov, U Kurelů brings American BBQ to Prague with enthusiasm and gusto. On tap, they’ve currently got Pilsner and some bargain priced Gambrinus. Two taps serve microbrew beer, normally Permon’s IPA and Chotěboř’s amber lager. Permon’s IPA, which despite being a lighter, more ‘Czech’ sort of IPA, is quite refreshing and goes well with BBQ. Bartenders here are skilled to mix a variety of cocktails. In the future, they plan to turn in their Pilsner and Gambrinus taps and focus on Czech microbrews.


Prague 3, Žižkov, Chvalova 1 

Tuesday-Sunday 5pm to 11pm

U Slovanské Lípy

December 06, 2015

With a reputation for serving consistent, quality lager, there is one pub that has become unanimous with Žižkov beer culture- U Slovanské Lípy. 10 taps, all serving fresh beer from the best of Czech breweries. Keeping with their reputation for affordability, the new menu serves up a variety of beer inspired Czech cuisine, like kuřecí řizek (chicken schnitzel), vepřové krkovička (pork neck), all cooked well. Fresh jars of nakládaný hermelín (pickled camembert cheese), zavináč (pickled fish in oil and vinegar), utopenec (pickled sausage in oil and vinegar), and škvarky v sádlu (rendered pork fat with bits of bacon) line a cupboard.


Prague 3, Žižkov, Koněvova 288/1

Monday-Sunday 11am to 00 pm

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