A traditional Czech pub for the 21st century with carefully handled beer, freshly cooked food and friendly professional service. They have Pilsner and Kozel on draught, and they care about keeping it correctly and making the journey from the tank to the glass as short as possible.
- January – December
- Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
- 11.00 – 01.00
- 11.00 – 24.00
The simple interior in 1970s style features long wooden benches, and a stainless steel bar with the tank in use right under the tap. The experienced bar staff can pour your beer in various ways – “čochtan”, “hladinka”, “šnyt”, or “mlíko” (with increasing proportions of creamy foam, respectively.) Honest Czech cuisine, based on traditional recipes, is made with Czech ingredients from local suppliers. The menus change every day, and include a lunch and evening selection, which is available until closing time.
Lokál Dlouhá opened in 2009 in extensive premises which assuredly make this one of the longest restaurants in Prague. Despite its size it is often full and making a reservation, especially for the evening, is recommended.
Worth a note: by 2014 there were a further 4 restaurants operating under the “Lokál” brand, all excellent; see http://lokal.ambi.cz.
Beers on offer: Pilsner Urquell, Velkopopovický Kozel dark, Radegast Birell
Information source: http://lokal-dlouha.ambi.cz