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O'Che's Cuban-Irish Pub

O’Che’s Cuban-Irish Pub

December 11, 2008 Rozanne Woodward 0 Comments

O'Che's Cuban-Irish Pub

{xtypo_dropcap}H{/xtypo_dropcap}ence the label of ‘Cuban pub’ for O’Che’s, which works (intentionally) well as a thin disguise for this Irish hangout which sports an undeniably Irish name.


Not far away from the James Joyce, which is located on the same road, O’ Che’s sports a smaller, lighter atmosphere with a younger crowd (or so it seemed when I last went), and the best, most wonderful and beautiful waitresses around.


It’s a convenient location for the spill over from Joyce, or just a nice alternative for those thirsting for more Irish booze in a Cuban gin joint.


If mixing Irish and Cuban is weird, try imagining a green burrito on St. Patty’s Day. Once again, I never got the connection, this time between Cuba and Ireland, but there was enough to distract my puzzled head. The bar is really quite charming with its foreign currencies and pictures of the ecstasies of drink.


A dead tree hangs baseball caps and monkey heads, separate. Good God, what is the connection? Forget about it and try an Irish salsa burger. Friendly staff and hooligan-esque crowd, who are safe as long as there’s no football on.


Reason to go: Premiership matches on the big screen.

– O’Che’s Cuban-Irish Pub, Liliova 14, Prague 1, Prague, Czech Republic, Tel: +420 222 221 178,, [email protected], Metro: Narodni Trida

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