Prague Wine Bars and Local Suggestions

Prague Wine Bars

I’m upgrading the current list due to covid-19 closures. Real Prague wine bars have the name “Vinny Bar” although “vinarna” and “Vinny Sklep” also means you can get a drink there as well. “Vinoteka” generally means it sells wine but, you can’t taste first.

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Most restaurants will let you sit down for a glass of wine in off-peak times

Vicom Vino

This used to be only a wine shop in the Lucerna passage close to Wenceslas Square. That then turned into a “shop-come-bar” and then they opened one of the best Prague wine bars with a wine tasting facility in Vinohradska (Budecska 29, next to the Pavilon Market). Lucerna is still the most convenient for a glass of wine in historic surroundings but if you like the sound of the sister wine shop in Karlin then check the opening times and its best to just drop in.
Their Prague wine bars webpage is at https://www.vicom-vino.cz/vicom-lucerna

Grand Cru

This is a way off the beaten track but only an 8 minute walk from the Old Town Square. Its a class place which prides itself on it’s knowledge of matching food with wine. In this case you’ll get an expert Sommelier to ask for advice or to test your knowledge as, at the time of writing, this was the ex-Sommelier of the Four Seasons Hotel. As a bar it is only open on weekdays. As a restaurant it is also open on Saturdays both with a closing time of midnight.
Their Prague wine bars webpage is at http://www.grand-cru.cz.

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