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Beer is king in Prague, with dozens of craft breweries producing hundreds of local varieties. It’s also mind-bogglingly inexpensive. With prices this low, it’s no surprise that the Prague nightlife scene caters well for pan-European stag and hen parties.
There are plenty of funky local joints, though, where the menus are Czech-only and you’re almost guaranteed not to hear a British accent. Try Poctivej Výčep (Třeboradická 19), with its fabulous selection of on-tap craft beers, or the larger Pivovarský klub (Křižíkova 17).
The best Prague nights out usually begin in the Old Town, where you’ll find stylish cocktail joints such as the speakeasy-style Black Angels Bar (Staroměstské nám. 29) alongside old-school pubs. Stop in at U Parlamentu (Valentinská 52/8) or U Medvídků (Na Perštýně 7) for great beer and an even better atmosphere.
On the fringes of the historic quarter but with stellar views of the Prague skyline, the rooftop T-Anker Bar (Obchodní dům Kotva) is the perfect place to enjoy an early evening drink. Later in the night, nearby dance clubs Roxy (Dlouhá 33) and M1 (Masná 1) are staples of Prague nights out when you want to party on until dawn.
The Old Town certainly doesn’t hold the monopoly on Prague’s nightlife. Most bar crawls lead inescapably to the Žižkov neighbourhood, known as ‘the Montmartre of Prague’. Try Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden (Rieger 28) with its 1,400-guest capacity, or the trendier and more intimate Malkovich Bar (Bořivojova 623/100). But the after-hours Prague entertainment scene isn’t all about beer and bars.
For a quieter and more cultural experience in Prague, try booking a seat at a black light theatre. This brilliantly bizarre art form – think psychedelic special effects, hovering actors and haunting music played out against a black backdrop – was invented in Prague, and there are performances at theatres such as the Srnec Theatre (Palác Savarin, Na Příkopě 10), Ta Fantastika (Karlova 8) and Metro (Národní 25).
Alternatively, enjoy a more conventional Prague entertainment experience at the city’s traditional theatres. Try Švandovo Theatre in Smíchov (Štefánikova 57), which has English subtitles.