Apr 17, 2024

5 Beer Gardens in Prague You Should Visit This Summer

As always, when visiting beer gardens and other outdoor spaces in Prague, make sure you have cash with you as no one allows you to pay by card and there are not normally bank machines close-by.

In addition to drinks, all of these gardens serve the usual Czech grilled food such as sausages, cheese, and sometimes corn on the cob.

Na Květnici: This nice beer garden set outside of the center is almost exclusively visited by locals, but all are welcome to enjoy the beautiful space. The restaurant serves cheap and cold draft barrel beer and draft tank beer.

  •  Na Květnici 700/1a, Prague 4 – Nusle

Parukářka Sitting on a high hill above an extensive Communist-era nuclear bunker, Parukářka is definitely off the beaten track and a place where you can come into contact with a lot of local color. Take your beer up the hill for a fantastic view of the city, and stay late to enjoy a possible impromptu jam session or other sudden moments of unexpected craziness.

  • Jeseniova 50, 130 00 Prague 3

Hospudka Na Hradbách

Looking for a less crowded atmosphere with more locals? Then the beer garden at Vyšehrad might be your best bet. The beer garden is located inside the castle gates and you can sit in the garden as well as inside (which means it is open year-round) or take your beer to go in a plastic cup to explore the perimeter walls. Balkan specialties are grilled outside along with vegetarian cuisine. Nearest stop: Vyšehrad and then a 1km walk from there.

  • V Pevnosti, Vyšehrad

Riegrovy Sady

Probably one of my favorite beer gardens because of the convienent location , variety of beers, and great open space. Riegrovy Sady is located in Vinohrady and has two beer gardens! One is larger and enclosed but open so you can still enjoy the fresh air.

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There are multiple stands serving up varieties of sausage plates, cheeseburgers, and fried cheese along with a smaller stand offering selections from smaller breweries. If you’re not in the mood for burgers or weiners you can walk across to the restaurant that serves pasta, risotto, and other Italian specialties along with some Czech classics. The second beer garden is smaller but with rooftop seating and a separate grill during the Summer. Nearest stop: Na Smetance.


As in so many other parts of Europe, Bohemia’s beer-making tradition owes much to monks: those at Strahov Monastery perfected their brews between the thirteenth and twentieth centuries until they were evicted by the communist regime.

After the Velvet Revolution, the monks returned to their home just west of Prague castle and resumed progress. Head here to sample any of ten varieties of Saint Norbert beer at long tables in the brewery courtyard.

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