Severka is a pub located in Metodějova, street near the final metro station Háje (line C) and owned by David Salomon. Its building is one of the oldest in the Southern Town and is the place where workers ate or drank while working to build the surrounding apartment blocks. After 40 years, the second generation continues with this business.
This pub will make you feel the atmosphere of the 70s and 80s, and the idea is to enjoy and get to know each other. Experience a real pub as we remember it.
Severka offers its guests many surprises. The film Národní třída, now on cinemas, was shot in this pub and the scenery is still the same, according to the design of the architect Honza Novotný, and remaining as faithful and functional as possible. You will also find an exhibition of photographs by Jaromír Čejka or the original film posters from Czechoslovak movies from the 70s and 80s, among other “attractions” worth seeing like a beautiful living room.
Unlike regular pubs, there are ashtrays on the tables, and that is because this local is a smoker´s club (with its rules that allow it) where you pay a monthly membership fee of 10 crowns. For this reason, smoking is possible if you have your member card with you.
Guests can enjoy Kozel 11 °, Pilsner Urquell, True Czech mixers, Hermelín or Utopenci. It is open every day from 4 pm to 2 pm, and entry is allowed for people over 18 years old. There is a ban on the admission of children and teenagers under 18 without exception and even in the presence of parents.
Visit this pub, where everything comes together in order to bring you the spirit of the suburbs. Discover yourself how it was like to have a beer in the ’80s.