We watched the European Football matches from our room in Telc--unfortunately the Czechs lost in overtime to eventual champion Greece. That was unfortunate because it would have been fun to have been in Prague if the Czechs had been playing for the championship on Sunday night.
Anyway, midway through the second half after we finished our Moravian wine, I was parched and started thinking about another drink. I opened the mini-bar to see what they had. LOL I've never seen such a frugally stocked mini-bar.
Not only does the square empty of people at night--but many of the pubs shut down as well. Not to worry though--I found at least three or four spots that stayed open past 10:00 p.m. One place that serves decent Czech food along with drinks is U Zachariase (just to the right behind the plague column with the green pilsner urquell umbrellas, you can't miss it).
The oldtown square of Telc is a dramatic representation of 1500-1600s architecture and is therefore visited by many tourgroups hustled through the town and back to their bus before sunset.
There are only two small hotels in the square each with maybe a dozen or so rooms. Therefore, if you are lucky enough to stay overnight in Telc you will have the romantic oldtown to yourselves after sundown.
Have a nice meal, enjoy a few Czech beers (or wines) and stroll the streets.
I did have a receipt for this place but I lost it somewhere along the way.
A cosy little cafe with outdoor seating and friendly locals offering shots of becherovka.
Dress Code: Hat that dispenses beer appears to be a must for all tourist visitors prior to departure.