We promised the next part of “Epic Bars In Prague” article and here it comes. Four more bars to visit once you find yourself in this magical city called Prague >>>
It is kind of obvious what you get in this bar, right? Yeah, wine. The most delicious, best quality bottles from all over the France, Italy and the Czech republic. Languedoc-Rousillon, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Veltlínské zelené, Muškát Moravský, Ryzlink vlašský and way more your taste buds crave. It is a place where you will feel like at home. Cozy, warm from the inside and nice. You can either buy a bottle of wine for a pleasant evening in the comfort of our apartments or sit there and enjoy as many glasses as you desire. The price depends on the type of chosen wine starting from around 300 CZK.
Green Devil’s Absinth Bar & Shop
Absinth heaven and bar which is everything but normal or boring. It is close to Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí) and it catches your attention from the outside. When you enter, very nice atmosphere surrounds you. Prices are a little bit higher but totally worth it. Local staff is very educated when it comes to absinth, its quality and consumption. You will experience something unique when bartender starts talking about his biggest alcohol passion. We advise you to ask for a recommendation. Local baristas know the best. Truly and absolutely.
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The Hemingway Bar is definitely the domain of first-class cocktails that is worth visiting. Maybe the one you should choose for sure if you can’t decide which one from our tips is the best option. Cocktails are made from premium products and fresh fruit juices. Primary objective of the owners is to achieve the utmost in cocktail gastronomy. And we feel like they definitely manage to do so.
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We have already mentioned Bar Cobra in this article about the best avocado bread in town. Cobra is situated in Letná close to tram station Strossmayerovo náměstí. It serves everything from breakfast to dinner. And after that? Very delicious drinks. Obviously. Cobra´s Wine menu is pretty long, you can choose among many types of (tap) beer. And if you fancy mix drinks and twists, no problem. What about Drunken Lassie with rum, lime, mango juice and coriander (165 CZK) or Monks Gone Wild with whiskey, fruit pure and pineapple juice (155 CZK)? Cobra’s offer changes pretty often because they like to mix things up. So don’t hesitate to ask for something special or for a recommendation. Don´t forget to nibble on local hummus with focaccia if you fancy some evening snack with your drink. It is truly amazing.
The end. Would you be interested in more bar-related tips, dear readers? Let us know if you visit any of them. We wonder how you felt about them and what drinks you tried.