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A Guide to the Bars of Prague
We start out at Marquis de Sade, located on Templova 8, Prague 1. Its known to be notorious but the bar's atmosphere is a lot toned down though some of its paintings on the walls give off a "rebel aura" and sensuality. During the evenings it is a rather laid-back joint where you can sit at the bar or have a seat at one of its booths with dark wooden tables and enjoy a few beers during happy hour. Friendly staff and good music and if you happen to be here on a Sunday, a nice little treat courtesy of Stan the Man, one of Prague's premier bluesmen awaits you.

If you are going for the big clubs in Prague and want the ultimate big club experience, don't miss out on Roxy, located at Dlouha 33, Prague 1. Some say this newly massive converted theater is Prague's number one club and with good reason too. This renowned spot has had some of the world's top DJ's spin their house music here as well as famous live acts from all over.

Do you fancy something quirky or just feeling adventurous and want to try something new? If you are, pop by Pivovarsky dum located in Old town, Lipova 15. This place has so many flavored beers you'll be spoilt for choice. Everything is home brewed on the premises and they have a good range of food available too if you get hungry after all that.

Another bar located in Old town that is wroth the visit especially if you just want to enjoy a night out with friends and go crazy would be Double Trouble Bar & Club, one of Prague's most popular cellar bars. Reasonably priced drinks, good atmosphere and as the night goes on, dancing almost anywhere you can find a spot from tables to bar tops. But that's the charm of this place; its spirit is so fun and vibrant that it makes people come back for more!

Moving toward New Town, a famous bar Rocky O'Reillys pulls in the crowd night after night. A slice of Irish taste in Prague is what this pub offers with its Guinness and Kilkenny on tap and friendly Irish service. You even get to watch some live sports on TV but more than likely the sound of the happy-go-lucky crowd will drown out the TV sooner or later; but then again, for all the sports fans I'm sure just watching it and basking in the cheer and company is more than enough!
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