The world famous so called 'Pub' is unque because each table has its own tap. Imagine that: each table having its own beer flowing to it. Whats more than that, is that each table competes against each other, and on a big screen TV they have a scoresheet. And you are on top of that competeing against other 'Pubs' in other cities. haha. This wouldnt happen here since AA would cry out; everything aboutr this bar makes you want to drink more and mroe! Go see this Pub!
This place is open until like 10 am. It was great to get there at like 6am and have a few last drinks and chill. I'm not sure if it was a gay bar, but definitely gay friendly, you'd have to go at night and check it out. The atmosphere is sheik but not shi-shi.
Dress Code: Definitely a nic-er place but nothing too upidy.
Not quite a nightclub, but more a kickin bar.
The bartenders were a riot, and we had a lot of crazy fun & shots, and my advice (if you're a girl) is stick to the bar. When we drifted into the table area, it took 30 seconds before we were serenaded by a drunken guy professing his love through the words of celine dion. Entertaining yes, but back to the bar we went, and, with the aid of a pocket dictionary, some polish, and some german, we partyd with a famous Czech singer and his best friend. They taught us drinking songs, toasts, and took us to all the spots we never would have found, includind all the after hours spots.
For the locals in the know of undercover Plzen come here!
Dress Code: Be yourself.
Underground restaurant, bar and night club on (or at the end of) Amerika, the road you will come down from the station to the centre. Very reasonable drinks, and lively late-night dancing at the weekend (and perhaps in the week?). The outside looks like a cinema, and may have people hanging around outside.
Dress Code: Nope!
Klub Alfa has it all: a restaurant, gaming room, huge dance floor, and even a bowling alley! What more do you want??? I never stayed until closing, but I think they stay open until the last person leaves.
Dress Code: Pretty much D.I.Y.
This is the brewery tap of Pilsner Urquell, so there is no place better to sample this world class beer as it is at its freshest! Bustling restaurant in cavernous setting makes a great pre or post tour stopover as well.
Definitively the bust club in town! Entrance fee on Fridays 70 – 90 CZK – otherwise free entrance.
Dress Code: Everything is fine