Clarion Hotel Prague City
Tylovo Namesti 15
Prague, 120 00
Phone: (420) 221 995900
Fax: (420) 277 001233
Bars & Cafes
A highly-recommended restaurant in the city, Nota Bene stays true to all its accolades. It is a small place, but the interiors are stylish, with exposed-brick and warm lighting. This restaurant is focused on Czech specialties, and provides an unforgettable experience. They have an elaborate beer menu and the Belgian styled saison is a favorite. Make sure to carry cash as cards are not accepted.
Located a few hundred yards from Wenceslas Square this pub is the one true sports bar in the city. The space is split into four different rooms each with its own large screen TV and each with its own program of sports events. Despite the large size, the place fills up quickly, especially during international and European soccer and hockey matches, and so it's worth ringing to book a table in advance. Aside from its role as a sports bar, it is also a regularly functioning pub.
Friendly service and a family atmosphere are characteristic of this café. You will always be on the receiving end of a dobry den and a smile at the door. A small service bar and several stools occupy the front room and there are more tables in the back. A beautiful glass-enclosed patio at the rear offers splendid lighting and warmth on a sunny day. The menu is simple and consists of a wide range of coffees and several alcoholic specialty drinks. Don't worry about the prices they won't scare you away and you may just end up becoming a regular.
Everyone is welcome with open arms at The Lions Bar. They pride themselves on quality food and experience for a good price, and they are trying to build a community as much as a weekend party stop. The street level lounge is full of comfy old leather seats, sofas, standard tables and chairs, plus several large televisions to watch sports. The lower level sports bar is more traditional including sometimes boisterous crowds, pool, darts, table soccer and projection televisions as well as smaller televisions with several sports playing at any given time. Try the Sunday roast, Beef & Guinness or the Cornish Pastry.
The couch and chairs, conference table and full bar insure this place bears no resemblance to an Internet café. It's the perfect spot for both those who want Internet access and those just looking for a cup of java and a place to relax. The interior is very modern and easy on the eyes. Down a long hall and past several rooms is an office fit for the president. It is lined with 15 computers and strategically placed desks, a printer and a scanner - you will feel more like a government official than a customer. Take a break from your hard work with a coffee and a seat on the couch. The only downside is that food is not available.
Owned by the larger-than-life Czech hockey player Jaromir Jagr, this huge sports bar looks like something out of Gotham City and the City of Hundred Spires. After taking the brightly lit stairwell down, the circular, high-ceilinged space unfolds with well over 50 TV sets showing various sports from around the globe. Team memorabilia from various sports lines the wall and there are also authentic Jagr jerseys displayed behind glass. Attracting mostly a male contingent, the bar serves a straightforward, average menu of Czech cuisine alongside well-poured, cold brews. Usually packed, this place is a favorite of local sports fans.
Formerly known as Shamrock's Irish Pub, the Flannagan's Irish Pub & Restaurant is Prague's most delightful haunt for English and Irish expats. Two function rooms with a capacity of 250 can be hired for private parties, banquets, stag & hen parties, birthday bashes and business events, all of which will be arranged by efficient party planners. Check their website for upcoming events.
Keep an eye open for the enormous airplane propeller above the front door and you won't miss this restaurant. The place has a cozy feel with hardwood tables and chairs and crafty accessories that will remind you of home. To complement the pleasant aura is a very local neighborhood crowd. The menu is not cheap but is competitive with inflated city center prices. The cuisine consists of traditional Czech favorites but expect an international flare to each dish.
This is a cheerful place which offers pleasant service and which is reminiscent of the type of café frequently found in France or Switzerland. The clientele ranges from buisnesspeople during the day to theater-goers at night. It is more of a café than bardespite the nameand both the coffees and the prices are excellent. The Italian-style sandwiches and large salads are very tasty and form the backbone of the menu. Rarely seen sweets such as muffins add a tasty twist. The daily pasta special is a reliable choice. In season, you might find fresh oysters here as well.
This low-ceiling hall nicknamed "The Hollow" is a large and friendly pub with a wide menu and selection of beer. A few hundred yards from Wenceslas Square, it tends to be quite popular with English-speaking expats and Czechs who gather around the central bar or on the wooden tables around it. The menu includes a mixture of Tex-Mex, traditional Czech and contemporary American dishes. The choice ranges from fried chicken wings to spicy burritos. The prices are slightly higher than those of ordinary Czech pubs in the area.
A restaurant fit for a King! The interiors of this eatery may pleasantly surprise you. The decor is tasteful, with tall brick walls and delicate arches and a wood paneled dining hall in the rear. Sit at the bar under the wagon wheel chandeliers and enjoy this modern medieval atmosphere. The selection of food is not particularly diverse, as this restaurant specializes in steaks. Choose from an impressive menu from fillets to sirloins to Wiener schnitzel. Don't miss an opportunity to visit this establishment and dine from the quality menu or soak up the atmosphere at the bar.
When Mama coffee opened in the neighborhood there were high expectations, and now it is already a favourite. One is instantly welcomed with the aroma of freshly brewed coffee. A cup of hot coffee and stimulating conversations will always be a part of visits to this coffeehouse. Quick bites and sandwiches can be ordered with your coffee.