Guide to Stylish Prague Nightlife



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Fact: Part of traveling is the nightlife. Whether it is a relaxed jazz bar, a night at the opera, or a thumping nightclub, you can’t get to know a city without experiencing what happens after dark. This guide is for jet setters with an eye for style and a penchant for cocktails, people who wants to dress up, see, and be seen. Although Prague has more of a reputation for wild, underground parties, its burgeoning trendy global appeal has triggered an upsurge in modern hotspots for the beautiful and fashionable. Start with a delectable dinner at one of Prague’s premier restaurants. Then, get ready to drink, dance, and network all night.

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Day 1 - Prague


After you spend your first day in Prague basking in the beauty of Old Town and Josefov, head to Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí). This is by no means the most beautiful part of Prague and is often packed with tourists but don’t be fooled. Not only is this area chock full of history but some of the city’s most stylish spots live in and around this chaotic square. It only makes sense- you’re right in the center of the action. Start with dinner at the bold COMO. Here, you can enjoy delectable Mediterranean dishes, luscious cocktails, and live music without worrying that you’ll be rushed out before you’re ready. However tempting it may be, though, don’t linger in COMO all night. Finish off your evening at the nearby SWANK Martini Bar, where you can sip one of hundreds of Martinis along with Prague’s hip fashion crowd.


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COMO

Location:

Vaclavske Namesti 45
110 00 Prague, Czech Republic

Contact:

tel: +420 222 247 240
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Swank Martini Bar

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Location:

Havelská 27
Prague, Czech Republic

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tel: 420777329917
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Day 2 - Prague


Maybe you explored the Castle area today or maybe you had a Thai massage. Either way, I hope you have the energy for a big night out (the latter might work more to your advantage in this case…). Start with dinner at Universal. While its popularity has waned slightly in the past few years, due in part, I suspect, to the recent upsurge in modern, trendy spots, Universal still maintains the air of a “place-to-be.” It’s definitely worth visiting this Prague landmark for a meal. After dinner, head back to Wenceslas Square for a final night in its potentially sinful confines. Start at k.u. Bar and Lounge, the “it” bar for Prague’s young “it” crowd. Drinks cost a little more here but think of it as a tax for the chic company. Dance music is playing, but this is still very much a lounge. When you’re ready to take it up another notch, head to a Prague club scene staple: Duplex. See you in the morning…


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Universal

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Location:

V jirchářích 6
110 00 Prague, Czech Republic

Contact:

tel: 42 2 2493 4416
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k.u. Bar and Lounge

Location:

Rytířská 10
Prague, Czech Republic

Contact:

tel: 420221181080
fax: 420221181080
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Club Duplex

Location:

Václavské náměstí
11000 Prague, Czech Republic

Contact:

tel: +420 7 3222 1111
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Day 3 - Prague


After last night, it may be a good idea to slow it down. Here is a slightly more old-fashioned version of the “see-and-be-seen” world. Start at an Old Town giant: La Bodeguita del Medio. Although it’s Cuban-owned and run, don’t expect authentic Cuban cuisine (as a Miami-born-and-raised-Cuban, I feel confident making this possibly controversial statement. I’d guess it’s got more of an Argentinean flair). Do, however, expect a very elegant restaurant, bar, and smoking room that has had the time to really settle into its role. So experience some old-school style with succulent food from somewhere south-of-the-border, a Cuba Libre made with Havana Club rum that’s actually made in Cuba (not the Puerto-Rican version you find in the U.S.), and a Romeo y Julieta. After dinner, keep it classic by heading to Bugsy’s Bar. With its 1950s American theme and bowtied waiters, we’re talking a timeless cocktail lounge. Bugsy’s is the perfect place to unwind in good company.


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La Bodeguita del Medio

Location:

Kaprova 5
110 00 Prague, Czech Republic

Contact:

tel: 420 224 813 922
fax: 420 224 814 819
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Bugsy's

Location:

Parizska 10
110 00 Prague, Czech Republic

Contact:

tel: 420 2 2481 0287
fax: 420 2 2225 0620
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Day 4 - Prague


It’s your last night so it’s time to go all out. Start with a light dinner, some fashion TV, and a neon cocktail at Glamour Café in Lesser Town. Then grab a tram or walk across the bridge to Old Town, where you’ll find M1. This is a spot for everyone from students to models, locals to ex-pats. Local DJs spin different music each night and Prague’s hip partiers come in droves. Before you know it, it’s closing time but it’s your last night in Prague and you’re not ready for it to end. It’s time for Studio 54, one of Prague’s top after-hours venues. Here, you can party until 3pm… just don’t miss your flight!


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Glamour Cafe

Location:

U lužického semináře 42
Prague, Czech Republic

Contact:

tel: 420257531799
fax: 420257531810
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M1 Lounge

Location:

Masná 1
Prague, Czech Republic

Contact:

tel: 420227195235
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Studio 54

Location:

Hybernská 38
Prague, Czech Republic

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