U Pinkasu

U Pinkasu-SudetenlandClose to Wenceslas Square, U Pinkasů was the first pub in Prague to serve Pilsner Urquell in 1843. The establishment soon became so popular that an adjoining property was purchased in 1876 so the tavern could be expanded. During the latter half of the 19th Century, U Pinkasů also became one of the favored meeting places for leaders of the Czechoslovak independence movement. Taking up three floors, the basement level and first floor are traditional pubs, with the top floor operating more as a restaurant.