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Pražský Most U Valšů

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Ratings: 3
Reviews: 3
rAvg: 3.62
pDev: n/a
Taps: 5
Bottles: 6
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[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

Betlémská 5
Prague, 110 00
Czech Republic
phone: +420 222 333 920

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Place added by: AllThingsNinja on 08-02-2008

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3.43/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3

There's an unmistakable russian mafia vibe to this brew pub. The place gets points for simultaneously looking traditional and contemporary - in a brutalist sense. In any sort of linear world, it would be conveniently located near the charles bridge and old town square. However, it's situated on a tangled side street which is all too easy to miss. I like the blend of the light and the dark. The light is missing something, and the dark tips the opposite way. However, they are quite perfect together. I haven't taken a meal there. Its sort of a mid afternoon watering hole for me.

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3.78/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Stumbled across this brew-pub as we were walking towards Bethlehem Church and thought we'd pop in for one. Five beers and two plates of food later we staggered out back into the fading daylight.

Open early 2009 this Russian funded place is a real find. The ground floor is decked out like a medeival hall, subdued lighting, high backed wooden chairs and solid tables. Below, the cellar bar and area has the brewing equipment in full view. It is like stepping into a castle down there, very impressive (but empty on the March Sunday afternoon we visited).

Two of their own beers, a light and dark lager. These were very sour, not sure they should have been, but we enjoyed them. There was also a light lager on tap from Březňák and two from Rohozec, a light and dark lager. These beers are not common in Prague, so get down here if in town. The bottled beers all seemed to come from Březňák apart from one of their own.

The food was good, hearty and reasonable. My wife had some Potato pancakes with sauerkrat, I had a cheese platter, both plats went back cleaned to the pattern.

Worth finding, well off the tourist routes but close to everything you'll want to see while in Prague.

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3.65/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3

This was the closest brewpub to where I was staying, so I just had to try it. It is on a secluded street but right in the center of the city, less than 5 minutes from the Charles Bridge. It is a nice hole in the wall with bar and party room upstairs, restaurant in the cellar. White plaster vaulted ceiling, red tile floor, aged wooden tables and chairs, small wooden bar with three stools, total seating in the bar area of maybe 25. The party room could fit maybe 15, and was more modern. I didn't go downstairs. There was pop music on the sound system, but it was barely audible. The place was about 2/3 full on a Sunday night around 9:00.

The menu lists two of their own beers (pale and dark), plus three from Rohozec (pale, dark and mixed) and Breznak pale. I had never seen nor heard of either of the guest breweries, so the place got points for that. Unfortunately, they had none of their own stuff, and none of the Breznak on the night I was there. Lost a bunch of points for that. Still, the beers were served well, in the appropriate logo glassware. The waitress told me (in very broken English) that they would have more of their own the next night. I didn't come back to find out, although my overall impression is one of good vibrations despite the supply problems. Give it the benefit of the doubt and go.

Pražský Most U Valšů in Prague, Czech Republic
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