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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.

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    • Darren_belfast
      Darren_belfast Over a year ago
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      Friendly pub for afternoon beer
      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!

    • Blueboy28
      Blueboy28 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Try it if you wanna get drunk in czech style
      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
      edruska Over a year ago
      Loves it

      One and only smoke free bar in Prague.
      Small, cozy, tastefully decorated. If you happen to be in the old town, good place to stop by for a beer or a glass of wine.

    • fengia
      fengia Over a year ago

      Go if your in the area but.......
      be advised the staff did not speak English and were a tad curt .

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