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Gay version of Czech traditional beer pub
This gay version of the traditional Czech pub serves Pilsner, Gambrinus and Velkypopovicky Kozel on draft at very cheap prices. It attracts a local and generally older crowd with a few rent boys thrown in to the mix. There are three rooms, a jukebox and also an aquarium. Located close to Wenceslas Square.

Tags: Male Only, Mostly Men, 30-somethings, 40-something, Bears, Smoking Area, Food, $$ - Standard, Gay-owned

Mezibranska 3
Praha 1 110 00

(605) 872-492


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  • June 17, 2016

  • robbakos was here

    October 22, 2015

  •   Friendly pub for afternoon beer
    Darren_belfast ·

    October 9, 2015

    I went here yesterday for a beer at 5pm and I liked it. It was quiet but friendly - a Czech pub that just happens to be gay! The main pub is cosy and the music gives it a good atmosphere. I went to another pub (not as good) and came back here again at 6 and it was already buzzing. Few spoke English but then again I'm in Prague and I don't speak Czech! The clientele were older and friendly and one even translated for me :-). One very handsome guy sat at the door in a leather jacket but he spoke no English... I'm learning Czech and going back here!

  • October 9, 2015

  • August 30, 2015

  •   Try it if you wanna get drunk in czech style
    Blueboy28 ·

    August 30, 2015

    I just dropped in. Wanted to eat but Absint 70% got me inside. Think its a local czech pub. Very close to center. Love the jukebox. One friendly customer helped me with the machine. Cheep spiritus, but above avarage for czech beers. 3.5€ for 5cl absinth, 70% but 1.75€ for a pilsner urquell. But it is a cosy place and a bit noicy. But this is real Prague I think. Love it!
  • edruska gave this place *

    August 23, 2015

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  • August 10, 2015

  •   Go if your in the area but.......
    fengia ·

    August 11, 2011

    be advised the staff did not speak English and were a tad curt .
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