Prague’s nightlife is legendary, and for good reason. From clubs that host djs from all over the world, to after-parties on a boat that last long after the sun has risen. From chill pubs made for catching up over a few (or more) beers, to quality, upscale cocktail bars for when you want to get a bit fancy. There is little that Prague doesn’t do, and do well…you just need to know where to go!
Red Room math: Live music daily + killer cocktails = staff favourite. It’s the perfect place to chill out. Or get messy. Ya know, whatever you feel like. It’s one of those places! And more likely than not, you’ll find us here hanging out with our favourite bartender in the city. RoadHouse Tip: They host a killer open-mic night on Sunday nights.
Red Room Music Bar
Roxy is THE venue in the city for live music & djs. It frequently makes Resident Advisor’s top 100 list and is consistently upgrading its already-stellar audio/visual production. With a mezzanine with tables and chairs above the dance floor, it’s up to you how close you want to get. It’s also the club from Eurotrip, if that’s a selling point.
A Prague institution. Chapeau Rouge has 3 levels of awesomeness including a basement that’s generally filled with dirty, dirty beats. The music changes daily, from monthly rock and latino nights to your standard house, drum and bass and EDM. It’s almost a must if you want to say you went clubbing in Prague.
Prague’s biggest underground cave bar. U Sudu can’t be beat for knocking back a few tank-Pilsners or challenging (and then losing to) some locals to a cheeky game of foosball. It’s basically a labyrinth so be prepared to get lost in its many different bricked rooms…in the best possible way.