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Saw this one night on way back to hotel, called in for meal and drink.
They were really helpful and explained menu, we chose pork knee and was advised to get one between us as they are big, which we did, it was very enjoyable...and fillingMore
The second we walked in we knew we'd struck gold!! Amazing ambience, second to none beers and lagers and fantastic hospitality from the owners!! Was the start and end of our day on more than one occasion!! Although we didnt try the food (we're all...about the beer) it looked and smelled incredible!! Hats off.... it was/is fantastic!!More
At first glance Pivni Pristav looks like any other locals tavern in the New Town dispensing pilsner urquell beer to the masses but on entering you soon realise this is a cut above the rest were beer is concerned .
The interior is cool,arched ceiling,...nice decor and furnishings including a small eye catching serving bar,walls are decorated with innumerable photos,beer posters and enamels, there's also plenty of seating options spread throughout this tavern,its just one cool bar to unwind in.
My twin brother Stephen and I were here on a Monday afternoon, this tavern was packed but we luckily managed to get a table ,a very pleasant member of staff served us a beer each,my brother went for a beer from Pivovar Matuska while I opted to have a beer from Pivo Moucha ,both these beers were served in excellent condition, we just chilled out and soaked up the great vibe in this superb and popular tavern.
My beer was outstanding, a smooth beer style reminiscent of a pale ale ,well crafted and very easy to drink, it's a beer style I am particularly fond of,my brother also enjoyed his beer,its not hard to see why this tavern is so popular with beers this good.
We really enjoyed our visit and beers to here before we moved on and as on every other visit to here we had a great time.
Pivni Pristav is easy to locate, you can jump the metro to stop Karlovo Namesti were it's a two minute walk to a street called Rasinovo Nabrezi were you will find this tavern.
Opening hours are;
Monday to Saturday, Open from 3pm.
A great beer bar and tavern,most definitely well worth checking out if your in the New Town and have an interest in good beers.More
We were tired of walking late one night and didn't want to eat somewhere terribly touristy. So we popped into this restaurant. The staff was SO helpful. She took time to explain the menu and make recommendations. The food and beer were great too!
Date of visit: October 2018
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