Venue Type: Czech Hospoda / Traditional / Neighbourhood Pub / Beer Specialists
Year of Inscription: 2023
Quality of Drinks
High quality Czech and Slovak lagers and ales from smaller brewers, across 13 taps.
An inherited interior in a typical Czechoslovak half-step basement, traditional beams, chunky tables and historic signage from the pre-war era.
Not quite as it was when the pub was Richtar Jakub’s, but nevertheless friendly, neighbourly and pleasant even at quieter times, with a nice garden through the back of the building. Visit later in the evening, particularly in winter months for a cosy experience.
Meals, snacks, outdoor seating, occasional events
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On the more expensive end of normal given the location, but nothing to scare any Western wallets.
|Description||Formerly Richtar Jakub, this venue has been taken over by a new operation called Opapa, a charmingly dorky play on the also excellent nearby business Omama, two pubs that have been nearby each other for years. A superb example of a drinks focused Hospoda. Everything from the half-slung basement with windows onto street level, the gleaming taps and the simple communal tables with pre-war charm are on show here. Very popular with locals with a beer garden that gets rammed in warmer months. Omama and Opapa make a brilliant evening out all by themselves in a quiet leafy neighbourhood on the periphery of the city centre.|