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December 06, 2015

Lokal is a fantastic place to have real Czech food. The dishes are simple- but good quality and tasty. Their rizek (schnitzel) is great, and their tatarsky biftek (tartar steak) is one of the best in Prague. With some of the best Pilsner on tap (you can taste a huge difference here) and simple, classic Czech dishes with a home cooked taste, Lokal is perhaps the best place in Old Town for good Czech beer and food. 


Prague 1, Staré Město, Dlouhá 33

mon - fri 11.00 - 01.00

sat11.00 - 01.00

sun11.00 - 24.00


U Tří Růží

December 06, 2015

On Husova street in the heart of Prague’s old town, is Pivovar U Tří Růží, one of the newest microbreweries on the steadily progressive Czech beer scene. Their menu includes Czech delicacies such as duck livers cooked in wine, wild game ragout, confit duck legs, svíčková (beef in a creamy, slightly sweet sauce), and one hefty burger. The food is well cooked, filling, and offers guests a chance to try some more unique Czech dishes with a gourmet touch. Prices are fair especially when considering the quality and location. U Tří Růží is a great alternative to those tired of the heavy, monotonous traditional cuisine. 


Prague 1, Staré Město, Husova 10/232

mon - thu, sun 11.00 - 23.00

fri-sat 11.00 - 24.00


U Medvidku

December 06, 2015

One of the breweries with the most historic roots in Prague, U Medvídků is a traditional Czech mini-brewery, beer hall, and hotel, all located in the center of Prague. Brewing Oldgott, 1466, and the super strong X-33, U Medvídků has on tap some of the best Czech beers to be found in the heart of Prague. The menu, which is the same for all restaurants, consists of hearty, heavy, tasty Czech cuisine, that’s perfect to accompany any of their beers.


Prague 1, Staré Město, Na Perstyne 7 

Monday-Sunday 11am to 23pm


December 06, 2015

Ferdinanda in Malá Strana is the Ferdinand brewery’s second pub in Prague and opened in 2009. The main difference between the restaurant on Opletalova off Vaclavske Namesti Ferdinanda in the center of Prague and this Ferdinanda is that this one is less crowded and that it also looks more like a traditional Czech pub. The menu is the same, which is great if your looking for a good, reasonably priced meal in Malá Strana. Unfortunately, they don’t have the Ferdinand Svetle 12° beer.

On tap, they have their dark and the pale lager 11°, which are both great beers. Their food is just as delicious as in their original restaurant, and still comes in large portions. Monday through Friday, they’ve got a great lunch menu too. Ferdinanda is conveniently located on Karmelitska half-way between Mala Strana Namesti and Hellichova tram stop.



Prague 1, Malá Strana, Karmelitska 18

Monday-Saturday 11am to 23 pm

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