The Bastila was probably the first pub I have been to in this place as it was just across the street from my hotel on my first visit here. Since then I have been here few times, it is usually crowded with people meeting before they continue forward to the clubs as well as with some who just enjoy it here with to good feelings of partying and drinking.
Potrefená Husa: Potrefená Husa
Potrefená Husa is a popular cafe bar, it is networks of few around Czech and I have been to few of them already. Beside the nice menu they also have few good selection of beers, like the Ostrava Velvet beer and the unique Staropramen Granat. (see images)
Kongo: Location : Stodolni
Taste and quite cheep menus (just be careful when ordering some meat, we got bad one once), friendly personnel, even clean toilets :) It is not situated at the very center of Stodolni, so you may be able to find a place on Friday evening :)
Netopyr: Coctail bar, Location : Stodolni
Wide choice from coctails - they have so many pages of coctails in menu card!!! :-) Also other drinks, meals. Interior is nice, also the personnel, just the prices are extremely high - right next door there is Kongo club where everything is much cheaper with the same quality.
Sherlock Holmes Bar: An evening with friends
During my stay in Ostrava, my friend arranged a meeting with other friends in this bar in Stodolni ulice, this pub is one of many on this street which is famous for its nightlife in Ostrava. There was music playing but not so loud that we couldn't enjoy conversation. As is normal in the Czech republic you do not need to fight your way to the bar as bar staff come to you! However you need to pay for each drink as you have it (rather than the traditional "tab" which you would pay at the end of the evening). As well as Czech beer (I had the local Ostravar beer) the bar serves "international" brands. Price of beer approx 30 Czk.
Dress Code: I was not aware of any strict code, most people were smartly but casually dressed.
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Bernie's Irish pub: Week-ends start on Stodolni street
I visited and spent two very pleasant evenings (March 18.,19) at this pub. They celebrated St.Patrick Day. You could have listended to live music or to win a butt in a contest.
Comming here by ordinary day you can sit down by the window, drink your beer or Irish whisky, listening to Irish music and enjoy watching the people in Stodolni street.
Do you speak English language? I can make you sure you won't have any problem with the comunication. The waitresses can speak the same languages there :-).
Sun - closed
Mon - Thur - 2:00 pm - 2:00 am
Fri, Sat - 2:00 pm - 4:00 am
What would you like to drink?
Guiness - 0.4 l - 59,- Kc
Pilsener Urquell - 0.3 l - 18,- Kc
Pilsener Urquell - 0.5 l - 30,- Kc
Radegast - 0.3 l - 17,- Kc
Radegast - 0.5 l - 29,- Kc
Murphy's blend - red - 0.4 l - 39,- Kc
Soft drinks like Sprite, Coca~Cola, and so on cost about 22,- Kc per 0.3 l
Wine - 0.2 l - 30,-Kc
Irish whisky - 0.04 l - 50 - 110,- Kc
Scotish whisky - 0.04 l - 55 - 130,- Kc
American bourbouns and whisky - 0.04 l -55 - 75,- Kc
Something to eat? Bernie's Irish pub doesn't offer own meals. You can order a pizza from next door. There is Pizzateria behind the corner (Podebradova street).
Dress Code: Again t-shirt or a shirt with jeans is good combination.
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Stodolni street: Friday and Saturday parties on Stodolni street
There are clubs for dancing, pubs for drinking there along this very famous street. I think, people not only over my country know this place.
Dress Code: You can wear you feel fine in. Combination of t-shirt or shirt with jeans can be good one.
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The funny about Irish pubs Dublin is that it is Orange one and not green :)
It is one of popular and noisy pubs around here with loud music. It is very crowded at the weekends, I only been here few times, usually with a group to have some drinks and fun.
Yet another one of so Irish pubs in this street but this one is much better, it is not that noisy or crowded, the Ostravar beer served here is good and cold and they also have that special Kelt dark beer. Add to this the comfortable seats and fantastic smiling service you will know why it is one of my favourite in this town.
Bernie's Irish Pub
Not much of my kind of pub while in Czech but this Bernie's Irish Pub is really popular among the locals here especially during the weekends. You could get Guinness here but no thanks, I rather to enjoy my Czech beers here but for some reason even that is not really good in this pub, maybe they should wash the pipes more often.
This small bar called Barbar is one of many that came up in the past couple of years in and around the Stodolni street. Nothing special in this pub, I just had one beer here and continued to the next one which seems more alive.
Potrefena Husa: Location: Stodolni
Restaurant and bar at Stodolni street. This restaurant you find also in many other cities in CZ.
Very nice and friendly staff! On Friday evenings hopelessly full, you have to make a reservation if you want to go there. When going to Stodolni we usually choose another restaurant, but it may be good place to go for foreigns, because they speak English without any problem.
Mon - Thuer: 10:00 - 01:00
Fri: 10:00 - 02:00
Sat: 11:00 - 02:00
Sun: 11:00 - 24:00
Stodolni street is becoming more and more popular. It is long street in the centre of Ostrava fuuuuuuull of bars and clubs...you can find more then 70 of them there. They play different types of music so everybody can enjoy! Here also concerts and music festivals take place.
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Stodolni Street: When you're going to Ostrava
Stodolni Street and it's off shoots hold a large density of pubs, bars, discotheques and burger stands. There is something here for everyone. I go to look at the people, the drunk, uninhibited and singing people.
Dress Code: Go as you are.
About 70 Bars & Clubs: Stodolní Street
Stodolni Street was the name recommended to Middlesbrough supporters who were out to enjoy themselves prior to and after the game. The street and its side streets are packed full of bars and nightclubs. On the day of the game, as we wandered along in the afternoon it was buzzing with supporters drinking beer.
Dress Code: There seemed to be quite a few Middlesbrough shirts around that day. Unlike many places in this country it seemed that club colours were aloowed - even if you were a visiting supporter.
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