A little birdy told us you’re going to Prague!
Here are our top recommendations for local gems you should visit in Prague. Don’t forget to check out Prague’s coolest neighbourhood, freshest farmers’ markets, best picnic spots, cafes, and street art. If you’re still looking for more awesome places, download our free Prague iPhone Treasure mApp for more!
Off The Beaten Tap
U Pinkasů, Jungmannovo náměstí 15/16
The first place in Prague to serve what the Czech consider to be the ONLY pilsner type of beer in the world. Awesome Gothic beer garden with tasty bar snacks, like beer cheese, and homemade potato pancakes with gravy, finely smoked pork, and slow-cooked white cabbage.
A huge beer garden always filled with locals at the first sight of sunshine, it’s a classic Prague experience.
U Sadu, Škroupovo náměsti 5
Great little beerhouse with a cute garden and 10 different draught beers (order a Sadek here, it’s the best!).
Beer. Cerveza. Bier. Brewski. Biru. Pivo. It doesn’t matter which language you say it in, beer could just be the official drink of choice for travellers. Unite with other beer appreciators on this Prague tour to sip local ales, and learn why Prague is arguably the best city in the world for drinking beer.
Prague’s Best Noms
Cafe Sladkovsky, Sevastopolská 17
This is the place to get a real taste of the Bohemian atmosphere, a rare experience nowadays. Located in the up and coming Vršovice district in Prague 10, Cafe Sladkovsky is known for their burgers and homemade french fries. we also love their Jezek beer! Our favourite burgers are the Goat Cheese Burger and the Falafel Menu! Reservations are recommended after 6pm.
Art Deco Cafe Imperial Prague, Na Porici 15
Not far from the main train station sits this gorgous art deco hotel and restaurant. We’re a little obsessed with it, and recommend visiting for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or just coffee. Your really can’t go wrong, especially when we tell you that the chef is Zdeněk Pohlreich, aka the Czech version of Gordon Ramsay.
Nota Bene, Mikovcova 4
Tucked in a small alley near I.P. Pavlova mertro station in the lovely Vinohrady district, Nota Bene offers Czech food with a modern twist in a rustic setting. With six rotating taps, the fresh beers will surely enhance your expeirence. The menus are only in Czech, but the staff will gladly help you decipher them.
And if you want some company, let us show you a local side of the city!