There are so many Quirky bars in Prague to visit, that I just had to do a roundup of some of my favourites things to do in the Czech Republic's capital city
There are several awesome themed bars in Prague, but I couldn’t find anywhere online that reviewed them all in one place! Most of the hidden bars in Prague are tucked away just off the main tourist streets of Wenceslas square and the Old town. As you probably know, Prague nightlife can be pretty wild, but most of these bars are relatively laid back and super fun! If you are doing Prague in one day, I would say that the Alchemist and the train Restaurant are two great ones to Czech out (see what I did there?) But there are so many things to do in Prague that you can easily spend a week here and not run out of things to see in this incredible city. If you wanted to see what else Czech has to offer other than Prague I suggest you take a look at this blog post Where is the Czech Republic and what can I see there?
So without further ado, here is my round up of the best Prague bars to visit on your next visit to Czech Republic.
Best quirky bar Prague
One of the most Quirky bars in Prague, where on the premises, there is an interactive bar with 14 different varieties of beer to try and full of TVs presenting videos about “Traditional world-famous Czech beer.” Each guest will learn how Czech beer is manufactured as well as information about the brewing industry’s past and present. The thing that makes this an amazing bar in Prague is the fact that customers will be given a customized interactive NFC card to use to sample beers (yes… that’s right, you get to pour them yourself), select refreshments, and purchase unique beer-themed souvenirs.
Best unusual bar Prague
One of my absolute favorite hidden bars in Prague. Calling themselves the Czech Republic’s only arcade bar. Guests from all over the world come play their favorite childhood games on vintage arcade machines. In this unique bar in Prague, be sure to check out the unique assortment of pinball equipment that lines the walls. You can play on all machines for just 10kc a game, and yes, the bar staff keep a stash of change behind the bar. Wash it down with a wide range of Czech craft beers at the best possible pricing for central Prague.
Best weird Prague Bar
The Alchemist is always written about as one of bars to visit in Prague because of its distinctly quirky nature. It offers a stunning range of cocktails and offers a unique type of game play as part of your visit that is difficult to find elsewhere. It is one of the more centrally located unique bars in Prague so be prepared for higher prices than you might find elsewhere. On weekends, we recommend making a reservation in advance for groups of 8 or more.
Best unique bar Prague
This place gets a massive thumbs up as one of Prague weird bars. Anonymous Bar in Prague is designed around the legendary film V For Vendetta. AnonymouS Bar, located in Prague’s historic Old Town, is tucked away among the tourist traps. AnonymouS Bar shatters that tired story of boring touristy bars with something unique, creating cocktails as uplifting as the film’s ending. Every drink is named after either a character from it, Guy Fawkes, or the ‘hacktivist’ movement he started. The bartenders perform their duties while wearing Guy Fawkes masks, and if all of this sounds a little too style-over-substance for you, don’t worry: the brothers who founded the bar are trained mixologists who make the most of their abilities behind the masks. Anonymous Bar does not rest on its laurels, instead focused on well-made cocktails, make sure that you ask for the secret menu while you’re there… you won’t be disappointed.
Best themed bar Prague
One of the favourite themed bars for Prague locals. Stepping inside this Prague bar is like stepping back in time to 1950’s America – the checkered retro floor, the bright colours, the bar with its diner stools, juke box and guitars.
The waitresses in this cool bar all wear 50s style uniforms including cute name tags.. You can sit up at the bar and have a drink, maybe a Grease style Milkshake? or choose a table for a meal where they offer breakfast til late and burgers and steaks throughout the day. The food you’ll find here is very much diner style cuisine, but great to visit if you’re looking for a quick, all American bite to eat. It’s worth mentioning that prices are exceptionally low for this area of Prague.
During the day, listen to the 60’s music in the background. From 9pm, prepare to get funky at the club downstairs. As mentioned, James Dean Prague is right in the heart of the city and for a novelty contrast and is definitely a quirky bar in Prague to visit if times allow.
Best cool bar Prague
If you don’t want to just sit and drink dive into the black light scenes of Prague’s history and sights on the wall and enjoy a spot of mini golf along with a pint. You get 2 drinks and 18 holes. Enjoy some fun things to do in Prague by shooting through marionettes, clocks and a whole host of wacky scenes. When you are finished up, you might even have time for a go on one of the arcade games.
Best Fun bar Prague
Vytopna railway restaurant unique bars prague
For a trip to one of the most unique bars in Prague, we give you, the Výtopna Restaurant. On walking in, you are given a little hint of the theme. When you make it to the top of the stairs, it doesn´t take long to be caught up in the atmosphere of this cool bar in Prague. Your food and drink is delivered to you on a real working, model train track! Strictly speaking, Vytopna is a restaurant but you are always welcomed as you enter even if it’s just for a drink.
There is no ‘average´ clientele here and is definitely one of the most unusual Prague bars to visit. The menu is again, reasonable for drinks in central Prague, around 39 CZK for a Pilsner.
We hope this round up has given you an idea of some of the Quirky bars in Prague that you can put on your list of Prague bars to visit. As you can see there are many themed bars in Prague hidden out of view of the thousands of tourist that pass through everyday. Be sure to pin this post so you don’t forget where to find these amazing Prague bars and if you think I have missed any places that you think should be on the list, be sure to drop them below.