Nightlife

Cocktail Bar in Malá Strana

Blue Light

The Blue Light is a dark and atmospheric hang-out, as popular with locals as with tourists, where you can sip a caipirinha or cranberry colada as you cast an eye over the vintage jazz posters, records, old photograp…
Pub in Malá Strana

Hostinec U Kocoura

‘The Tomcat’ is a long-established traditional pub, still enjoying its reputation as a former favourite of the late president Václav Havel, and still managing to pull in a mostly Czech crowd despite being in the hea…
Bar in Malá Strana

Klub Újezd

Klub Újezd is one of Prague’s many ‘alternative’ bars, spread over three floors (DJs in the cellar, and a cafe upstairs) and filled with a fascinating collection of original art and weird wrought-iron sculptures. Cl…
Bar in Malá Strana

Malostranská Beseda

Malá Strana’s four-storey pleasure palace includes a fabled music club on the 2nd floor, with a lively roster of cabaret acts, jazz and old Czech rockers. There’s also an art gallery on the top floor, a bar and rest…
Bar in Malá Strana

Mlýnská Kavárna

This cafe-bar in Kampa park has existed in various guises since the communist era, and you might still hear it called Tato Kejkej, its previous incarnation, or just Mlýn (the mill). A wooden footbridge leads from Ka…
Bar in Malá Strana

U Malého Glena

‘Little Glen’s’ is a long-standing American-owned bar where hard-swinging local jazz or blues bands play every night in the cramped and steamy stone-vaulted cellar. There are Sunday-night jam sessions where amateurs…
Wine Bar in Malá Strana

Vinograf

A smaller and more intimate branch of the pioneering Nové Město wine bar, this place specialises in the best of Bohemian and Moravian wines, and offers a selection of cheese and charcuterie on the side.