|Added by||Marginean Lucian Petru , with updated images by Alain Martineau|
|General Description :||http://www.upinkasu.cz/
Welcome to the U Pinkasu Restaurant, Jakub Pinkas could not have guessed in 1843 that he was founding the most famous Old Czech “pub” with the most renowned beer – a place where the history of the nation would be formed.
Just as the River Vltava and Prague Castle are inherent parts of Prague, the genuine Czech love of good beer and cozy pubs can be considered to be national heritage. Just a few steps from Wenceslas Square, you can find a typical Czech restaurant called U Pinkasů, where Plzeňský Prazdroj was first drawn in Prague as early as in 1843. First class and traditionally drawn beer is offered on three storeys and each of these premises will captivate its guests with distinctive cuisine as well as atmosphere.
|Front Description :||Font porch of the restaurant with the opening date, 1843.|
|Back Description :||A view of the Casthe on the hill from the Charles bridge.|
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