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Crazy Daisy Bar
Taking a prime spot in Wenceslas Square's Palac Astra, which used to house the legendary Carioca wine bar, Crazy Daisy gives its retro interior design a modern twist with video mapping across the walls. What really stands out, however, is the unique drink list, which includes mixes likes 'Charles Bridge' and 'Golem.'

Address: 4 Vaclavske namesti | Telephone: 420 273 130 486 |

Cafe Frida
Cafe Frida, its name inspired by the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, is popular with the Karlin office district's breakfast and lunch crowds. By nightfall, however, the venue turns into a bustling bar, serving a host of rums from Latin America as well as traditional cocktail mixes, wine and beer.     

Address: 11 Karlinske namesti | Telephone: 420 728 042 910 |

Cash Only Bar
While cocktails and hot dogs don't necessary sound like a match made in heaven, the combination works at this cosy Old Town spot with a delightful vintage interior and laid-back vibe. The beverage menu includes the usual suspects as well as the bartenders' own seasonal creations. And yes, you'll need cash when the bill comes.   

Address: 3 Liliova | Telephone: 420 778 087 117 |

Na brehu Rhony Francouzska
The concept at this sleek, minimalistic wine bar is simple: you're handed a glass and set loose to pour your own white, red or rose from one of the eight taps. The selection mostly hails from small family-run wineries in France's Rhône Valley that can be paired with a light salad or quiche.

Address: 84 Francouzska | Telephone: 420 222 932 236 |

Freeride.cz Cafe Bar
One of the newest additions to Holesovice's vast hipster cafe scene, Freeride caters to rum fanatics, touting premium imports from the Caribbean, Venezuela, Panama, Guatemala, Madagascar and the Philippines. This bright, outdoorsy-themed bar-cafe regularly hosts video screenings dedicated to surfing and snowboarding as well as travelogue lectures and beer-pong contests.

Address: 11 Kamenicka | Telephone: 420 607 474 777 |

After a three-year break, the Parc Ferme cocktail bar has reopened in a different space. While the drink list remains the same, offerings include the typical cosmo and margarita as well as Basil Sour and Moscow Mull, the new spot seems a little more upscale with its exposed brick and dim lighting.   

Address: 11 Lucemburska | Telephone: 420 777 755 241 |

Rudolfinum Café
After undergoing an extensive renovation, the Rudolfinum's sweepingly elegant cafe has reopened for business. This fancy space, located in the neo-Renaissance building's Column Hall, offers a wide selection of drinks and pastries you can enjoy before taking in a performance by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Closed Mondays.  

Address: 12 Alsovo nabrezi | Telephone: 420 774 004 492 |

With more than 20 specially designed drinks, including delights like Milky Way, Napoleon's Wish and Cocoa Chanel, Prolog sets itself a part from the city's other high end cocktail bars. Its art deco interior and impeccably dressed bartenders will have you feeling as if you've been transported back to the 1930s.     

Address: 108 Nadrazni | Telephone: 420 775 005 007 |

Le Caveau
The floral wallpaper, antique lighting fixtures and mismatched tables and chairs give this cosy corner French bistro a delightful Parisian charm. While its adjoining boulangerie, first-rate coffee and homemade pastries and omelettes attract a big brunch crowd, its extensive wine collection and popular weekly jazz performances are what keeps the place bustling at night.  

Address: 9 Namesti Jiriho z Podebrad | Telephone: 420 775 294 864 |

With whiskeys from reputable distilleries in Canada, Scotland, Ireland and Japan on offer, Whiskeria is a must stop for top-shelf connoisseurs. Situated on two floors in the centre's historic Jindrisska Tower, this stylish bar's exposed stone walls and dark furnishing will add a layer of sophistication to your night out.  

Address: 33 Jindrisska | Telephone: 420 224 248 645 |

Grand Cafe Orient
This gilded Old Town landmark offers a side of sophistication along with your food and drink order. Situated on the first floor of the iconic House of the Black Madonna, the Grand Orient is billed as the only cubist cafe in the world. Don't miss treating yourself to a light meal or evening cocktails.     

Address: 19 Ovocny trh | Telephone: 420 224 224 240 |


Klubovna 2.patro
Situated on the second floor of an old, nondescript building along one of the centre's busiest streets, Klubovna 2.patro is one of those hidden gems that you have to know about in order to find. This secret nightclub offers plenty of space to dance along to the resident DJs playlists, which general include hip-hop and house hits. 

Address: 37 Dlouha | Telephone: no phone |

InCider Bar
The first bar in the Czech Republic dedicated exclusively to ciders, InCider Bar has developed a loyal following since opening at the bottom of Prague's most well-known party street three years ago. The 40-plus ciders on offer here, including three on tap, are made from 100 per cent pure apple juice.   

Address: 26 Krymska | Telephone: 420 776 727 718 |

La Macumba
One of the city's few Latin music bars, La Macumba hosts a number of top local DJs and musicians each week whose tunes keep guests moving all night long. The club, which is walking distance from the Andel metro stop, holds popular theme nights, including a “hot salsa party” each Monday. 

Address: 7 Stefanikova | Telephone: 420 776 795 166 |

Jazz Republic
Located in the heart of Old Town, this family-owned jazz and blues club has been promoting local and international music talent since 1997. The weekly programme ranges from jazz and funk to world music, fusion and blues among other genres. The bar serves beverages and small snacks. Reservations advisable.   

Address: 1a Jilska | Telephone: 420 602 208 811 |

Le Mirage
Local DJs keep the party atmosphere rolling well into the night with breakbeat, jungle, reggae, hip hop and R&B tunes at this popular neighbourhood nightspot, which attracts a young, stylish crowd with its reasonably priced drink list. A separate red room offers a quieter place to sit and chill with friends.    

Address: 48 Lublanska | Telephone: 420 222 511 186 |

Double Trouble
Attracting a young crowd with pop tunes from the 80s and 90s as well as reasonably priced drinks, this cellar club and bar is a must-stop for those looking for an all-night party. Guests are encouraged to dance wherever they see fit, including the tables, chairs and bar.  

Address: 17 Melantrichova | Telephone: 420 734 767 938 |

The party starts late here with the club's doors opening at 10pm. This early 20th-century palace, the Zizkov neighbourhood's defining night spot, hosts a number live music and theatrical performances each month. DJs also take turns spinning reggae and hip hop tunes as well as dub, house and jungle music. Entry fee.  

Address: 27 Kubelíkova | Telephone: 420 296 330 911 |

Hangar Bar & Club
From themed cocktail mixes like Landing Gear, May Day and Runway in the Pilot's Lounge to the staff's retro Pan Am uniforms, this city centre hot spot takes aviation's stylish trends to a new level. DJs at the downstairs music club, meanwhile, keep popular dance tunes going all night long.

Address: 9 Dusni | Telephone: 420 724 004 305 |

Air-out and remodelled after spending years as a smoke-filled gambling den, Cobra is the latest addition to Holesovice's vibrant hipster scene. The bar's stark industrial interiors are a nod to the neighbourhood's blue-collar past and are in line with the area's other alternative nightspots. Local DJs keep the party going long past midnight.  

Address: 8 Milady Horakove | Telephone: 420 778 470 515 |

Fancy Lounge
Relatively new to the nightclub scene, Fancy markets itself as the city's exclusive RnB and hip-hop lounge, attracting a loyal following of locals and tourists over the last two years. The dance floor is small, but that doesn't stop young party-goers from showing off their moves. Drinks are reasonably priced.   

Address: 8 Dusni | Telephone: 420 222 310 858 |

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