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Best Bars in Prague

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Bugsy's Bar

Bugsy's Bar has a cocktail list the size of a phone book, and just about every one they make is a winner. The award winning bar staff is quite friendly and knowledgeable. If somehow you desire a cocktail that is not contained in their menu, if you ask for it they will make it for you. Expect no backpackers here, as well-to-do businessmen from all over all but live in this place. A swanky interior and an air of joviality hangs thicker than the smoke from innumerable cigars that are smoked here.

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U Vejvodu

An instant favorite among locals and tourists alike, this Pilsner superpub features scores of tables, strolling accordionists, and good cheap beer to boot. Gorge upon a leg of boar or gulas under the arched glass ceiling of the main dining hall. An ever changing menu of daily specials provides other options, including vegetarian. Wash down whatever you're eating with beer. This is a one-of-a-kind pub, worth a trip on your visit to Prague.

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Americký Bar

Americký Bar dates back to the times when it was the first bar in the region where women could gather unaccompanied by men. Standing for ideas of the "New World", coming into this bar is like delving into the pages of a history book. Stop by this jewel of a bar and enjoy craft cocktails, champagne and other alcoholic offerings in its dark decor setup. The well spaced bar is tiled with black ceramic tiles on the pillars with a chandelier overlooking the bar. Entrust your night in the hands of Americký Bar and you will not be disappointed.

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Celnice

Celnice is a stylish nightclub and restaurant and is one of the swankiest spots in town. Owned by Pilsner Brewery, the club's upstairs restaurant specializes in delicious Czech cuisine like Roast Rabbit or Pork Knuckle. The pastas and salads are great, too. The most alluring feature of Celnice is the downstairs club. With the buzzing crowd, curvy centerpiece counter, as well as the ultra-hip tunes blasting in the background, it's easy to tell that this is one of the coolest hotspots in Prague.

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Club Duplex

A combination of a club and restaurant, you just can't go wrong with Club Duplex which is located in the center of Wenceslas Square. Here the restaurant offers International and Mediterranean culinary delights, that are value for money. The bar menu has a variety of drinks from wines to beers and classic cocktails. The terrace at Club Duplex offers beautiful views of the city due to its central location. At night, it gets more lively with loud music and dim lights. Dance away to some upbeat music, grab a bite or mingle with friends by the bar at Club Duplex, when in Prague.

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Lucerna Music Bar

A good time is almost always guaranteed at Lucerna Music Bar, an underground club with a long bar, ample seating and plenty of room to dance. Good Czech bands such as J.A.R. and big-band rockers like Laura and Her Tigers are regulars. A 80s and 90s-themed night on Fridays and Saturdays is very popular with the younger crowd. Visiting jazz legends often play gigs here as well. With good drinks, good music, and a good attitude, it's a lively place to spend an evening.

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U Maleho Glena

A popular hangout, U Maleho Glena's food and service are better than average and a comfortable vibe pervades throughout. Jazz fans take note as the tiny cellar plays host to live local jazz every night of the week. Its small size means that you always have a great seat to watch the band from. Usually frequented by people who like to linger and have conversations, this jazz cafe is open till the wee hours of the morning.

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Radost FX

Radost FX is a café, restaurant-bar and music club all in one building. The street-side café has only around 20 seats and is generally busy. It is offset by the larger restaurant-bar on the backside of the building which boasts some of the most comfortable and ornate couches in Prague as well as one of the best weekend brunches. The music club in the lower level plays host to various visiting bands and DJs and offers a mix of international music as well as their own stable of resident DJs.

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Futurum

Futurum is an exciting live music venue and hot spot which features local bands and other cultural events. The interior is techno-industrial, with flashy lighting and exposed brick and metal. The venue also has a bar where you can get all different kinds of alcohol. Friday nights tend to draw large crowds of hipsters, ready to dance to the 1980s and 1990s dance beats and meet new people. This hotspot is not only fun, it's Futurumistic!

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Blatouch

This is a longstanding favorite with couples and café intellectuals. The narrow floor space means seating can be tight but there's a small loft above. The drinks menu features all the usual favorites including inexpensive cocktails. Browse the large bookcase in the front and discover what can be bought on the cheap. Smoke often hangs thickly in the air above the chatter of friendly debates as the night wears on.

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Pod Loubim

Pod Loubim is one of the new breed of stylish Czech pubs that are beginning to spread slowly across the city. It is located outside the city center but a visit is well worth the ten-minute metro ride. The pub is always busy, the food is excellent, and the cool interior could fool you into thinking you're in Soho, London, rather than a Prague suburb. The bar at the front of the pub is, unusually for Prague, given over to standing. The décor of the two large back rooms is underplayed and minimal and relies on clever lighting for its warm ambiance. The food is medium-priced, portions are large and the menu ranges from traditional Czech dishes to seafood pasta and salmon salads.

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Café Na půli cesty

Nobody complains for slow service at the Café Na půli cesty. This unique cafe is a result of the efforts and endeavors of the Green Doors organization. Green Doors aims to rehabilitate mental patients and this cafe provides for a space where patients can interact with general public. This not only helps in improving their communication skills, but also trains them to be an efficient bartender, waiter, cook and so forth, thereby making them independent to earn for themselves and live respectfully. Therapists and volunteers are present at the cafe to assist the patients. The cafe serves excellent snacks and drinks, however highlight of the place being concerts, exhibitions and similar events held here. Every event is well-attended and patrons show a great deal of enthusiasm and encouragement in supporting this amazing establishment.

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