Clarion Congress Hotel Prague
Phone: (420) 211 131116
Fax: (420) 211 131402
Freyova 33 Vysocanska; Prague 9, Prague, CZ, 19000
- Phone: (420) 211 131116
- Fax: (420) 211 131402
Bars & Cafes
This intimate venue hosts a continuing program of musical acts throughout the year. Both local and regional entertainers grace the Blue Monkey's stage, entertaining crowds of townsfolk and travelers alike. Call ahead for schedule of events and other details.
Climb up the hill and then descend 100 steps down into a decommissioned nuclear fallout shelter to find this club. Surely this space was not designed to see the good times that unfold at Bunkr's dance parties. Regularly held events will keep you coming back. Check out why they call this the climbing and music club. This venue is only open for events so check the website for details.
Located within Hilton Prague, Café Bistro is an all day diner that serves authentic Italian and Asian cuisine and light snacks. Be it pastas or lasagnas this place dishes out a sumptuous fare. The decor of this cafe is vibrant with bold colors used on walls and floors. Be it any time of the day, the efficient staffinsures of meeting with your every need. Have an elaborate meal or grab a sandwich, this place serves it with utmost care.
XT3 is a legend when it comes to Prague's nightlife. This two level club features a bar in the ground level and a performance space with a bar in the basement. The domed ceilings and balconies give a cavern vibe to this place. Every night has a musical theme to it such as Mondays are competition nights amongst the bands which is free for everyone and Saturdays are only for funk music. XT3 is a great hangout with friends over a good drink and music.
This club is housed in an underground Roman basement which hosts concerts, a cafe, and a nightclub. It is close to public transportation and concerts start around 8pm or 9pm. For further details, call ahead or check the website.
In a part of town with more pubs than anywhere else in Prague the "Shot-out Eye" is perhaps the most well-loved and certainly the most famous: so much so, in fact, that the BBC's Prague correspondent recently referred to it on air as his favorite pub in town. The name refers to the one-eyed Hussite leader Jan Zizka whose giant statue looms on the hill above. The secret of its success is more than just its good cheap beer and food as a joie de vivre exists here more than anywhere else. For those not wishing to imbibe, there is a new tearoom and when it's warm outside the raucous beer garden (facing a busy railroad track) is open for business. This pub is essential to Prague's identity as the castle.
Kamikaze Club is one of the finest places to go, if you are planning a night out. The in-house DJ of the club spins out some amazing numbers that are sure to keep you swirling throughout the night. Besides, there is the lure of fantastic drinks and large portions of finger food to keep you going. However, the best part of the place is its one time charge that allows you to get unlimited drinks once you have paid your cover charges. Kamikaze Club is you sure address to fun in the city.
Despite it's prestigious position opposite the Veletrzni Palac modern art gallery, this pub maintains a stubborn refusal to gentrify. Clean but low-priced, the pub serves a wide range of traditional Czech food at very reasonable prices. The interior is split into three, a small bar where the locals stand to drink in the evening opens onto a larger room for sitting while beyond is the restaurant. The décor beyond the soccer banners of the bar nook is plain but smart and the pub offers a pleasant atmosphere in which to eat a low-priced meal.
Join the young and trendy for coffee or internet access at this dark basement café. It draws a large number of expats looking for an intelligent conversation or to enjoy watching sports on the oversized televisionthe cafe's internet service is not the only buzz here. However, boasting the fastest connection in the city and offering a range of programs and services this café stands out in the crowd. ISIC and ITIC card holders benefit from convenient discounts and memberships are also available.
The sophisticated appearance of this green tiled café impresses patrons at first glance. Come to surf or simply to enjoy the café experience and its full service bar. This establishment is a successful blend of trendy artists' and actors' coffee house and state of the art cyber café. Wooden desks are topped with 16 PCs with 17 monitors and Pentium II processors. For more privacy, climb the marvelous green spiral staircase to the balcony. Coffee is the drink of choice here although an extensive bar menu keeps options open. If you come hungry, sandwiches and assorted snacks can fill the void.
Though small and local, the klub Limonádový Joe is always clean and efficient. The bar is frequented by most of the city's youth for its moderately-priced and inventive drinks or just for glasses of beer. Furnished with colorful tables and a wonderful performance stage, they host live music from time to time. Come here with friends to enjoy a fun evening in the company of great music and friendly co-patrons. The atmosphere at klub Limonádový Joe's is such that your evenings can begin here and conclude here without you even noticing.
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.