Prague is renowned for its beers - Budvar (Budweiser), Gambrinus, Staropramen and Urquell are just some of the well-known brands - and there's no shortage of watering holes where you can sample a glass or two.
Traditional pubs, known as 'pivnices', are still common throughout Prague - one of the best-known is The Black Ox in Hradcany, built just after World War II. A much older example is The Little Bears in Stare Mesto, which dates back to the thirteenth century. In recent years the Irish theme pub has become a familiar sight in the Czech capital. |
The most popular of these is Molly Malone's , which serves the usual Guinness, Kilkenny and 'traditional' Irish food.