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U Tří růží, the brewery is located in Prague 1, on Husoval. The unique dining venue offers a pleasant and casual atmosphere where you can have a good time over great drinks and food, with friends and family. The menu here comprises of a delicious local fare, with some globally favorite pub dishes. But what really brings in the hip, young crowd is its range of home-brews that are full of flavor and character. Top picks among these brewed-on-site ales and beers include Kouřový Speciál and Klášterní Speciál Svatého Jiljí No.1. If you're a beer lover, you should definitely visit U Tří růží.
This establishment has moved into a special category that is rare amongst Prague's pubs in this time of increased tourism and commercialism. It attracts a large number of foreign visitors but at the same time has retained its appeal for locals. This means that the pub is lively all year round, everyday of the week. The interior is standard Czech pub fare, white walls, pine tables and benches and white table cloths. The tasty, no frills menu mainly features traditional Czech dishes of goulash, fried cheese and pork. The prices are about mid range and the portions are large. Most importantly the waiters ensure that the beer never stops flowing.
This popular historic pub, with a capacity for 1200 people, was founded in 1499. The beer is brewed on site and a visit to the brewery part of the building is a must, as is a visit to the brewery museum, gallery and the cabaret. There is live traditional Czech music every evening and cabaret programs are often arranged. During the summer months, there is a beer garden which can be used, particularly in summer when it can get a little stuffy. This is a an excellent place to come to experience Czech tradition, style, music and service. There is traditional Czech decor, i.e. wooden tables and with wild animals on the walls. The clientele are mainly large groups of German and Italian tourists, which means it's very noisy. Given that a lot of pubs close quite early, even in the center, this can be a great late night haunt.
Pivovarský klub is a tavern that offers a wide selection of global and Czech beers in a lively setting. The walls are lined with bottles of beer from around the world - there are over 250 different varieties to choose from. There is a good selection of draft beer too, and they change regularly, so there is always something new to try. The food menu complements the beer perfectly, serving hearty Eastern European comfort fare. Try the brew master's goulash with bacon dumplings, roast pork knuckle with dumplings and sauerkraut, or pork roasted in strong dark beer with spinach crepes. The restaurant also offers set menus for larger groups and parties. The friendly staff, laid-back ambiance, and excellent beer selection make this a great place to relax with a pint in the company of friends.