Looking for something to do tonight? Prague has an exuberant night life scene with an endless variety of options. Whatever type of night you’re looking for, Prague has something for you.
As a newcomer to the club scene, Epic has made a name for itself as one of the hottest clubs in the city. This modern electronic club has three levels that each leave you feeling like you are at an EDM concert. Truly a full audio-visual experience, the performances at the main stage alone make this spot one of the best choices for a night out.
Dlouhá 33, Prague 1
The Roxy is one of Prague’s oldest and best-known clubs. The venue was an old theatre/ballroom in the 1920’s, and now has an amazing dance floor where you’ll find drum and bass, house, techno, and many other styles. When there isn’t a live DJ, there’s great concerts and music festivals.
Lucerna Music Bar
One of the largest and most popular music clubs in Prague, Lucerna hosts many concerts and events. It’s hoppin’ on Friday and Saturday night, where the 80’s and 90’s videos come alive on large projection screens in the middle of the disco. The stage lets people dance in front of the screen in addition to the spacious dance floor. People of every age and all walks of life can be seen getting down to the music from Blondie to Nirvana. Ultimately the the sheer volume of people having a good time makes it hard to come to Lucerna and not join the party.
Plynární 23, Prague 7
Cross Club is a labyrinth of small rooms and bars with two stages pumping different types of music, including drum and bass, dubstep, reggae, techno, and house. The Cross Club’s psychedelic decor is also a bit unusual – everything in the club is made from metal moving parts, worth seeing even when not on a night out. One of the most unique nightlife experiences you’ll have in Prague.
Ke Sklárně 3213/15
Music club, art gallery and theatre/cinema. David Černý – the artist responsible for some of Prague’s most famous modern art – is behind this venue, which is also his studio (as well as home to several other artists). A refurbished warehouse stuffed in-between the motorway and railroad tracks, Meet Factory has become one of the cultural hot spots in Prague and is a must-see for anyone interested in local contemporary art and indie music acts. Make sure to grab a Matuška, one of the best Czech craft beers, from the bar.
Masná 1, Prague 1
Perfectly located in the center of the city, M1 Lounge stands as one of the most exciting late-night venues in Prague. It’s energetic yet laid-back vibe is a favorite of locals, expats and celebrities. The well known team of skilled DJs keeps the place pumping with a mixture of R&B, hip-hop, electro and dance music, and the friendly bar staff shake up signature cocktails found nowhere else in the city. Plus, if you pre-reserve a VIP table, you’ll be treated to first class bottle service.
V kolkovně 922/1
Okay, it’s kind of kitschy in a cool way. James Dean has a classic 1950’s American diner feel, complete with checkered floors, red vinyl upholstery and excessive amounts of chrome. Famous for its larger than life statue of James Dean, it also has some of the best burgers, milkshakes, and fries.
Neone started as a pop-up venue but has grown into a well-established and respected club in Prague’s electronic music scene. This is a place where the latest trends meet innovative visuals and creative ideas. If you’re an electronic music fan, this is a must-visit venue during your time in Prague.
Bělehradská 120, Prague 2
Radost FX was started in the early 90’s just a few years after the Velvet Revolution, and was once named one of the top 20 clubs in the world!
The club is open from Thursday to Saturday and offers the best of House, R&B/Soul and Hip Hop music; Rihanna even filmed one of her music videos here. Above the club is the Radost Restaurant and Cafe well known as one of the best brunch spots in all of Prague – but get there early, there’s always a line for delicious brunch.
Supporting underground and non-mainstream music since 1969, 007 is a legendary club in the Prague music scene. Its history is rooted in student dissent, providing a welcoming space for students disenchanted with the former regime. 007 offers a healthy assortment of unique bands, DJs, and other musical acts. Music diversity is an emphasis: electro, indie, hip hop, punk, psychobilly and more can be heard on a weekly basis. One of the best parts of 007 is its size. It is small and intimate, the perfect opportunity to see awesome bands up close and personal. This is one of the oldest functioning clubs in Prague, take bus no. 176 up to the Strahov hill and enjoy the vibe.
V Kolkovne 909/6
You can’t go wrong with 80’s music. Whether you’re nostalgic or just appreciative of all things “totally awesome,” the two-story venue features an 80’s themed café restaurant on the first floor. However, the real story here is the basement, a nicely sized music club with an illuminated dance floor, plus a large bar and VIP lounge that make it a night worthy of the MTV generation.
Francouzská 75/4, 120 00 , Prague 2
One for the curious, bored or brave, Retro has become the Czech home of hard house. Their club nights are full to the rafters while go-go dancers whip the energetic clubbers into a house driven frenzy. A friendly atmosphere with smiling faces and sweating brows as far as the eye can see, there are more locals and fewer tourists here than some of the other large clubs. Dress code is free and easy, flamboyant if you’re feeling daring.
Jakubska 2, Old Town, Prague 1
Chapeau Rouge is a music club that ranks among the biggest in Prague with 3 floors, 4 bars & 3 stages. Chapeau truly has something for everyone! You may even stumble upon it all on your own: it’s in the center right behind Old Town Square. The ground floor of Chapeau is a chill place to meet people from all over the world: travelers and expats alike. Go down one more floor and you’ll come across the dance club where international and local DJs blast out their beats pretty much 7 days a week. Music in the main bar area is truly eclectic: everything from Balkan rhythms to drum & bass. Keep going down, down, down and you’ll get to the best part of Chapeau, the underground club – a space for indie bands, multimedia projections, and theater.
Vodičkova 10, Prague 1
Invisible for those who don’t know where it is, even with it’s prime location in the center, U Sudu is the best of both worlds with a wine bar upstairs and an underground, cave-like labyrinth downstairs. When you walk in, keep going until you hit the stairs that descend into one of the coolest places to drink on Earth. As you go down each floor, you’ll find endless caves with a dark and intimate aura, and beer for a good price. The perfect place for a post-game, it’s a place to sit down, meet new people and drink until the sun rises.
Dlouhá 18, 110 00 , Prague 1
Harley’s Bar is described as the coolest hell on earth. Prague’s best rock bar stays open late and is always rockin n’ rollin with DJs and bar shows. This American style biker bar is in a perfect location, just a two minute walk from the Old Town Square. The bar is designed with a motorcycle theme; it’s decked out in Rock memorabilia ranging from Harley Davidson gear to Ramones & Jack Daniels posters. “Jack lives here” so you can bet that Jack Daniels is a specialty – as well as family sized bowls of mojitos.
Odborů 278/4, Prague 2