If you're looking for great Central European nightlife, go to Prague, where the clubs are open all hours of the day or night. Clubs in Prague are diverse, so you can find a club or bar to match your mood any day of the week. Dimly lit corners, crowded dance floors, and music concerts abound in Prague's clubs - you'll quickly find a favorite or three.
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This cozy jazz club has a lineup of live music 2 months in advance, the program of which can be accessed via AghaRTA Jazz Centrum's website. Enjoy your music with mixed drinks or coffee. In addition, you can purchase music from the jazz club's own music shop.
This upscale bar/club was renovated in 2002, and boasts an extensive cocktail menu and a humidor for cigars. In addition to cocktails, you may also choose from a variety of champagne, wine, whisky, and rum. The bartending staff at Bugsy's is experienced, and many have been bartending at this club for over a decade.
The "Old Customs House," is a restaurant with a club in the cellar. The restaurant offers both inside and outside dining. The Celnice Music Club is sleek and modern, with carefully placed neon lights that create a dark and heady atmosphere.
The very first night club in Prague, Club Ujezd has an established, friendly staff. Decorated with iron sculpture on the inside, this club boasts three levels that are cool and artsy without trying too hard. This club also hosts a street festival that annually draws a regular, costumed crowd.
Fraktal has a mostly local clientele and a comfortale, rustic interior. However, as this Prague bar is owned by expats, you'll find no scarcity of English speakers. Interestingly, the bar also keeps a flat for rent.
JJ Murphy's is an international Irish pub phenomenon. However, if you're looking for a casual, but intimate, atmosphere, food choices that range from traditional Irish to more exotic dishes, and an English speaking crowd, JJ Murphy's is the place to go.
Whether or not you're impressed with Club Lavka's concept, you've got to visit this dance club, restaurant, and bar at least once during your trip to Prague. Lavka features an "open-air" dance floor under Charles Bridge
- Lavka's location doesn't get any more central than this.
Mecca is a large, industrial dance club that draws a techno-loving crowd. Reflecting balls, neon multi-colored lights, dark and cozy corners, and chrome, leather, and plastic furniture are characteristic of Mecca. Mecca is not centrally located, but any cab driver will be able to take you there without any problems.
While Radost F/X is a well-established dance-club with a satisfactory layout and design, reviewers often boast about the food, which can be ordered in the cafe upstairs. Radost's brunches and vegetarian
selections are among diners' favorites.
This is a wonderful place to dine or get a drink if you want to wind down or prepare to get wound up. The small dance floor in the basement, the comfortable atmosphere, the nice selection of appetizers and entrees, as well as the drinks served up by the bartenders make this a good compromise for friends who have different ideas of what makes a great evening out.