Each of Prague's neighborhoods has a distinct feeling, be it for the architecture or the inhabitants, the cafes or the restaurants. In recent years, changes have been happening fast; with the renovation of many neighborhoods, forgotten beauty and charm has been rediscovered.
What is even more palatable is the change in the gastronomy scene. No longer are guests satisfied with only a choice of pickled cheese or sausage and schnitzel (though those can perfectly hit the spot, and can be done in an astounding variety of ways). From gourmet burgers, to Vietnamese bistros, and high end tasting menus, Prague is putting itself on Europe’s gastronomy map as a city that no foodie should miss. Alongside this impressive cuisine, beer has come a long way too; the tradition of brewing lagers has only gotten richer, keeping what made Czech Republic famous, but still with a little room for surprise.
Ales have exploded on the Czech beer scene as brewers have gotten more skilled and the appreciation for this top fermented beer has grown. Happily, one can sit down on any given night to a beer of his choice, from lager to ale, and expect to dine on affordable, delicious, and even adventurous cuisine.
So here is a list of Prague’s neighborhoods with noteworthy beer and gastronomical establishments. We’ve also mentioned a few pleasant things to do, which we think are worthy of anyone’s time.