In bars in Prague, customers just tend to leave if there aren’t seats available – they don’t stand around. Hence popular spots, such as this attractive grill-bar/music-club on the edge of SoNa, are often extended in order to cope with the ever-increasing influx.
Ultramarin might not be as modern or chic as some of the bars and restaurants in the Old Town area but it does offer a buzzing vibe and a friendly crowd. Frequented by young, predominantly Czech folk, the kitchen produces tasty food well into the early hours – which is just as well, since downstairs in the basement lurks a club that can get pretty raucous.
The red-bricked high ceilings of the main room also frame a great space for relaxed late-night drinking, so if you want to remain distinctly chilled, stay upstairs; if you’re looking for adventure, then slip into Ultramarin’s darker depths.