75% love it
Gay student cafe
A pleasing and eccentrically designed Prague gay quarter bar catering largely to a local Czech clientele. The staff is friendly but most do not speak English. On a recent recent visit the bar was playing a mix of Czech show tunes and Kylie Minogue. It also supplies games such as cards and chess--although it is not entirely clear whether or not the bartenders will let you have a go on the eponymous 100 year old piano.


    • ScottyB
      ScottyB Over a year ago
      Loves it

      This Is How The Locals Hang
      Yes... it is very smoky- but so is every place in the Czech Republic! and Yes... this is a locals bar not really intended for tourists! However it is refreshing to see local culture and what Czech gay life is like. Prague is the largest city in the Czech Republic... Piano Bar is like every other gay bar outside of Prague. If you want to experience Czech life... then this is as real as it gets. (but don't expect a lot)

    • lizcruiser
      lizcruiser Over a year ago
      Hates it

      smokey and not friendly
      I do not recommend this place at all. I wish I could give under a star but it would let me post a review. From the moment you walk in you feel unwelcomed, that includes the staff. It's very very smoky and there was no one playing the piano, you would think on a busy night they would have someone. Definitely a local spot, but not warming to tourist. Do not waste your time by trying to find this location.

    • fengia
      fengia Over a year ago
      Loves it

      For locals
      Staff did not speak English and I got the impression they prefer locals.I recommend learning a little Czech.