A colleague recommended this bar to me. I was in Prague last weekend (26-27 April) and went there for a drink on Saturday night. I never actually got my drink. As I headed to the bar, I was greeted by the doorman. The conversation went like this. Doorman "There is not enough room for you to have a drink." I pointed out the bar was half empty. "But we have a private party, you will disturb people." Are you saying the bar is closed? "No". So why can't I have a drink? "There are no seats." I said I just wanted to stand at the bar and have a drink. The doorman consulted the barman, who shook his head. By which time I had decided I no longer wanted to have a drink there, even if he had relented.
I suspect they are trying to be exclusive. As I was leaving, the doorman also refused entry to three young Czech women in their 20s. So it wasn't a case of me being too old (early 50s) and uncool for the place. My only consolation was that their attitude problem applies to locals and tourists alike.
Instead I went to the Groove Bar, which was friendly, with great music but a bit smoky - like most bars in Prague.
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