Owned by a Dublin native called Derek Irwin, J.J. Murphy’s is a quintessential Irish pub in the heart of Mala Strana. The upstairs lounge is perfect for live sport, and with a fab variety of popular Irish dishes on the menu, J.J. Murphy’s needs to be on your list of bars to visit while hanging out in Prague. The bar also plays host to regular live music gigs.
A popular bar and restaurant, Irish Pub O’Brien is one of the oldest in Prague and is set over two levels, with the top level designed to look like a traditional Irish pub. While the pub doesn’t open as late as a lot of others in Prague, if you’re looking a good pint, some tasty food and a warm welcome in the evening, then be sure to give Irish Pub O’Brien a visit.
A modern Irish bar in Prague’s Old Town, Caffrey’s has a great atmosphere and a great selection of both Irish and local drinks. Enjoy a pint of Guinness or Kilkenny, or try one of the local beers like Pilsner or Staropramen. A popular bar for live sports, come the summer months, Caffrey’s opens a terrace outside the pub, drawing in many passers-by. Caffrey’s aim is simple, ‘to be your friend in Prague’.
Billed as Prague’s cosy Irish pub, The James Joyce is a little bit of Ireland nestled in Prague’s Old Town. The bar boasts on of the finest selections of Irish whiskey in the whole of Prague and can lay claim to the best pint of black stuff in the city. With a roaring fire in the winter, traditional music all year, and a real authentic look and feel to it, if you’re after a true Irish pub vibe in Prague, look no further.
Sister bar of the popular Dubliner bar, Rocky O’Reilly’s is another great bar for live sport, with GAA, rugby and Premier League games always guaranteed to be on the big screen. A great spot for a traditional Irish breakfast, while the range of familiar beers, ciders and spirits have helped to establish Rock O’Reilly’s as one of the top Irish pubs in Prague.
Live music, all the sport you could want and well-priced drink – what’s not to like! When it comes to Irish pubs in Prague, The Dubliner is up there with the most popular in the city. Located 100m from the Old Square, The Dubliner attracts a crowd throughout the day. With sport on all day, friendly and helpful staff and great food and drink, make The Dubliner your first port of call when arriving in the historic city of Prague.