10 Bars in Prague You Should Visit on a Stag do
Prague is one of Europe’s most popular stag destinations for a long list of reasons. Home to some of the continent’s best beers and breweries, the capital of the Czech Republic is also famous for its beautiful women, wild nightlife, stunning cityscapes and last but not least, its veritable smorgasbord of bars and pubs, all just waiting for stag groups like you to come and enjoy!
So, for all those thirsty stag groups heading to the Czech Republic for their last moments of freedom, we’ve got your back, with this definitive list of the best bars in Prague. Make sure you try at least some of these spots and let us know what you think!
- Rooftop T-Anker bar
Who doesn’t love a rooftop bar right? And if the rooftop bar in question is on the roof of a Communist-era shopping mall, overlooking the beautiful old town of Prague, with a huge menu of delicious local beer and hearty Czech food, well, you have the perfect recipe for Prague stag success!
- Bukowski’s Bar
Recommended by the Lonely Planet, National geographic, Daily Mail and Time Out, this bar comes with an excellent reputation.
It’s a favourite amongst locals and a great place to meet some of the cities most interesting, creative young drinkers. Line the stomach before coming because this bar stocks the best local pivo Prague has on tap.
- Black Angel’s Bar
For the cocktail cognoscenti, this is the bar to go to for epic drinks curated by expert mixologists.
This award-winning speakeasy style bar has received a whole host of Best Bar accolades, but you have to go see it to believe it. Don’t worry, its easy to find, located in the Gothic cellar of Hotel U Prince in Old Town Square.
- Bla Bla Bar
This tiny little backstreet bar is one of those hidden secrets that the tourist trail has yet to discover.
The atmosphere is laid back, warm and friendly and the decor has a cool grungy vintage feel to it, with antique furniture and faded yellowing walls. Locals love it and so will you.
A family run bar for the past 90 years, Tretter’s is steeped in traditional and oozes with the retro glamour of the 1930’s in Paris or New York.
Although the vibe is old-school, the drink selection is innovative, original and highly unique, making this easily one of the coolest bars in Prague.
- Náplavka Riverbank
This is as close as it gets to a beach bar in Prague and for groups looking to chill on the banks of the river on a warm day, this is one of the best bars in Prague for stags.
The bar was recently renovated riverbank and is very popular amongst locals in the know who come on their bikes to dance and drink beer in the open air.
For something different and alternative, head to the little underground Vzorkovna bar in the city centre.
This local favourite may be a tad grungy, but it’s hands down one of the best pubs in Prague’s old town and just happens to be one of the friendliest, most welcoming little communities in the city.
- U Kurelů
Many of the top bars in Prague are located out in the cool and vibrant Žižkov area, where the nightlife is pumping and stag groups are welcomed with open arms!
For an awesome pub style ambience with exquisite local beers and a gourmet burger menu to die for, try U Kurelů.
- U Medvídků
For a taste of the old-school bohemia that Prague is famous for, check out U Medvídků.
It’s one of the only bars in the Old Town that has managed to retain its other worldly ambience without going upmarket, making it a cool stop for stags looking for something authentic.
- Blue Light Bar
The bars in Prague are so diverse and varied that the options are endless, but this moody and atmospheric little spot is one of the best pubs for stag groups.
A local secret for those who want to steer clear of the tourist traps, this alternative hub is all graffiti adorned walls, vaulted ceilings and flickering candles.
Come for a glimpse of real Prague.
Prague and the Czech Republic make a great option for stag groups, not only because of these awesome bars and pubs, but also for its wide range or excellent activities. Check out Eventhuse’s stag group activities page to find out more.