Pivovarsky Klub PragueOn October 18, 2014 by Emil
Prague, and the Czech Republic, is definitely a beer area. While you may not find a wide variety of choices in a given restaurant, there are lots of good beers around. One place that specializes in beer is Pivovarsky Klub. Pivo is beer in Czech, if that helps. I’d also been told that Anthony Bourdain went to Pivovarsky Klub when he visited Prague, which I have to admit made it a must-visit.
Pivovarsky Klub offers (as from their website) 240+ bottles of beer by the bottle, and six on tap. The six on tap are listed above the bar, and I started off with a Milota Red Ale:
Pivovarsky Klub also serves good Czech food. Unfortunately I was a bit limited by my cash reserves (darn those Czech forints) as I was leaving Prague that night within the hour and didn’t want any excess forints. So no ostrich for me, and I chose the chicken schnitzel, which was still quite good:
And, since I had just enough time before my train, another selection from the taps, a Grodziskie:
This was quite nice, looks like it might be like a hefeweizen but was much lighter.
Overall, I would say a good place to visit in Prague, and probably a must if you like beer… and definitely a must if you are a Bourdain fan like myself. (You know who you are.)
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