First of all, it would only be fair to give credit to THE PUB Praha 1 is a totally unique experience and almost a heavenly venue for any beer-loving stags! Featuring 10 tables inside, each one is fitted with a 4-tap beer pump, where you and the lads can pour your own pints without having to leave the table! Not only that, but the screen on the pumps will record how many pints you’ve got through and even displays your total on a live scoreboard, so you can even make it a competition between you and the lads and even the other tables!
Another fantastic city centre bar worth checking out during your boozy antics in the city centre is Beckett’s Irish Gastro Pub & Restaurant, a sports bar with a fantastic atmosphere and large television screens broadcasting the best live sport from around the world. Like any other classic pub you’d find back in the UK, Beckett’s even hosts its own pub quizzes, hosts live music and even serves up a traditional Sunday roast too! A short walk away from Old Town Square is another amazing Irish sports bar worth mentioning which is The Dubliner. Featuring live Irish music and broadcasting sports from football to basketball, this bar also has a sister establishment in the city called Rocky O’Reillys.
A small pub that packs a mighty punch when it comes to serving some of the best beers in the city, the Prague Beer Museum is a small yet elegant pub on the banks of the Vltava River just a stones’ throw away from the Old Town Water Tower. Boasting of over 30 beers on tap sourced from local Czech microbreweries, this is the perfect way to experience just how good Prague beer is.
Probably one of the best spots in the city to celebrate in style, the sophisticated Hemingway Bar Prague inspired by the author which gives it its name. A place where passion goes into every cocktail, these experts in mixology know a thing or two when it comes to other drinks too! If you happen to stop by here, why not try the in-house Hemingway Absinthe, distilled specifically for the bar itself.
For a themed bar experience, Anonymous Bar in the city centre is unlike anything you’ve seen before. Taking inspiration from the film V for Vendetta, the Guy Fawkes plot and the modern-day “hacktivist” movement, the first of these three bars is the original bar, the second is “Shrink’s Office” and the third is “Ideas are Bulletproof”, a food bar with a menu inspired by the American South. With a heavy focus on creative some of the best cocktails you could possibly find in this huge city, this is definitely a bar worth visiting if you’re looking for an experience that’s completely out of the norm.
Looking for a cosy and casual place to enjoy a few drinks, a great atmosphere and live music? Then why not head over to Jazz Club Ungelt and enjoy one of the many live sets that take place here throughout the year! Situated just a short walk away from Old Town Square, this bar is situated in an underground vault beneath the city’s historic streets. For a venue with a bit of individual flair and style, this is a great place to experience if it’s your kind of scene!
If you and the guys are heading on a big night out in the Czech capital but want to stop off for a quiet drink on the way to the bigger venues, then why not make it a unique occasion and stay for a few drinks at the Hangar Bar, an aviation-themed bar with a stylish retro interior and renowned cocktails, making it a popular hotspot for both locals and tourists. With a “Pilot’s Lounge” themed bar upstairs and a den-themed main floor, weekend DJ sets last until the very early hours of the morning, so you and the lads could spend your whole night here if you really wanted to.
With an abundance of late-night clubs and drinking spots, Prague has earned its title of being one of the biggest and best party cities in Europe. So, if you and the lads are coming to the Czech capital with the intention of partying until the sun comes up, then you won’t be disappointed.
For your classic clubbing experience, a stag do night out in Prague wouldn’t be complete without first stopping by at M1 Lounge & Bar. Arguably one of the best clubs in the city, M1 features live DJ sets throughout the week and stays open until the very early hours, meaning that you and the lads will probably arrive at your accommodation in time for breakfast after you leave this buzzing venue! Playing anything from R&B to techno and classic dance music, this club is pretty much everything it says on the tin, so you’re guaranteed to have a brilliant night here!
Another club worth visiting not only for having one of the biggest dancefloors in the city is Lucerna Music Bar. Located in the New Town area of the city and situated within the iconic and stunningly built Lucerna Palace, the club is known primarily for it’s 80s and 90s themed nights that are extremely popular with both tourists and locals, making it a well-mixed crowd.
Situated on the ever-popular Dlouha street in the Old Town area, the vibrant ROXY Prague nightclub is the ideal location for any groups looking for the ultimate dance music experience. With a stylish and modern venue with an industrial warehouse vibe, this late-night club is perfect for those of you who like heavier forms of techno and dance music!
For a late-night club that specialises in fantastic cocktails and even has a happy hour period each day with half price cocktails, head down to Dejavu on Jakubska. Exactly what you should expect from an ever-popular city centre nightclub, Dejavu won’t disappoint if you’re looking for reasonably priced drinks, a great atmosphere and music that you can dance to through the night.
A nightclub that particularly welcomes stag and hen groups, One Club Prague is a multi-floor venue boasting to be the best nightclub of its kind in the Czech Republic and one of the best in Europe. Featuring some of the biggest nights in the city with a steady line-up of great DJs and even better drinks, what more could you and the guys ask for?