The big game kicks off in the early hours of Monday the 7th of February, Prague time, so be prepared for a late one. Fortunately several sports bars (and some significant new venues since last year) will be staying open late for you to enjoy the whole thing.
Some places have free wifi too, so if you’re toting a video-chat capable phone why not bring it along and keep in touch with your buddies back home throughout the game.
From last year’s list
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.
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.
The new kids on the block
Some serious contenders for venue of choice here. first up:
Belushi’s – this large sports bar with a massive projection screen (and a stage that often has live music) just off Karlovo Namesti (Charles Square) is a great smoke-free venue. The food’s pretty damn good too. It’s on the ground floor of Mosaic House, a combo design hotel (upstairs) and a hostel (basement). Free wifi (ask for the password).
Just round the corner, on Vodičková is:
Hooters – I might be biased but this could be the best Hooters in the world because it’s the only one that serves unpasteurised Pilsner Urquell, delivered by tanker, fresh from the brewery. Prague’s first Hooters opened early in 2010. Expect the same as you would at a Hooters anywhere.
If there’s anywhere we’ve missed, please let us know in the comments.