If you’re going to be in Prague when the Super Bowl, we’ve got you covered for somewhere to go watch the game.
The game is on February 7th (but due to time zone differences kicks off at half past midnight on Monday 8th here in Prague), so it’s a going to be a late night, so make sure you’re sitting comfortably.
These three are within a very short walking distance of Wenceslas Square:
Jama – American owned pub with something of a college tavern feel to it. A Prague classic, Jama will see you right for late night ribs wings and burgers.
The Pack – This British owned sports bar is usually full of fans of the other kind of football but for Super Bowl night it’s gridiron that takes over the four flat panel displays. Friendly wait staff keep the beers flowing and they make a serious burger as well as some traditional English pub fare.
Zlata Hvezda (Golden Star) – Prague’s largest sports bar, with the cheapest beer but not necessarily the best service.
The Dubliner (formerly Legends) – handy for Old Town Square as it’s located in Tyn courtyard, behind Tyn cathedral (the gothic church that towers above Old Town Square). Somewhat pricier than the other three though.
If you want to go really up-scale for the biggest night of the NFL season, Hilton Prague’s Zest bar is the place for you. Bring the credit card for this one though.
Wherever you watch the game, we hope you have a great time.