The menu may not be abundant but it can certainly quench the thirst and satisfy the hunger with flying colours. You can get Plzeň Beer for refreshing CZK 30 and Kozel 11⁰ for 25 CZK. As opposed to many other big gardens, you can get your beer in a glass providing you pay CZK 50 deposit for a half-litre mug. From a select but satisfying offer of non-alcoholic drinks you can choose the traditional Czech drink Kofola.
A bit peckish perhaps?
No matter if the sun shines or not, or it’s raining cats and dogs or even if there are big snowdrifts, you can rely on the Parukářka pub to always have pickled Hermelín cheese and the immortal “utopenec” (pickled sausage) on the menu. During the summer season, visitors can try grilled sausage or Hermelín cheese too.
I fancy beer, but what about the children?
Directly above the pub, you will find a large area surrounded by trees, where kids and dogs can run around. Just a few steps away children can let the steam off at a well-equipped playground with its slides, a merry-go-round and rope claiming frames. If they climb on top, they will see the sculpture of Žižka at the National Memorial on the Vítkov Hill. All in all, the pub is an ideal place for families with kids.
How to get there?
Even though trams go as far as the bottom of the hill on which the pub is located, Hospůdka Na Parukářce there is still the unique ambience of this tucked away place. Take trams 5, 9 or 26 to get to the nearest tram stop Olšanské Square. There are 133, 136 and 175 bus stops close to Parukářka as well.
For more information, visit www.hospudkaparukarka.cz.