The capital city of the Czech Republic is a well-known tourist destination not only for its beautiful European architecture but also for its various historic attractions. But that’s not all that the city offers. With a wide range of bars available, you can explore the city and choose any or all to enjoy the nightlife. Check out some of the top Irish Bars in the city of Prague that will fill all your cravings without having to fly to Ireland.
Beckett’s Irish Pub
This Irish pub is located on the Londýnská street in Prague. This lively pub is well known for having the best and reasonably cheap food and beer with a lot of variety. The chatty and friendly staff, are a bonus as well keeping the environment light and friendly!
The James Joyce
This pub is located near Haštalské náměstí and is considered to be Prague’s oldest and first Irish Pub. Popular among locals, tourists and celebrities, this pub offers great food and nearly 50 different varieties of Irish whiskey. Drink up!
The Dubliner Irish Pub
This lively pub is located just off the Old Town Square and offers 130 seats for the main bar, and nearly 100 seats present in an outdoor terrace overlooking the Tyn Courtyard. This pub offers an entertaining environment and it includes TV screens and even a game room with a pool table. Talk about multi-use!
If you are ever in need of a cheap and cosy bar, Rocky O’Reilly is the place to be. This Irish bar located near the Wenceslas Square opened in 2001 and has been a hit with the local and international public. The bar’s 11 TV screens also help with its popularity and you can easily enjoy your favourite drinks while you cheer on your sports team with the crowd.