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Dog's Bollocks: "Just "Bollocks" would be more accurate..." Prague Nightlife Tip by RockTadgers

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If you're going to be bold enough to name your bar and restaurant the "Dog's Bollocks", then you'll have to work pretty hard to avoid a critical slating.

Those of you familiar with the phrase may expect a 'traditional' English typed Sports Bar geared up to provide fry ups, beer and footie to travelling yobs. Not so - the interior is deceptively smart and relaxed, and there's a decent menu on. But I hate to concur with just about every other person who's ever reviewed the place - the service is what lets it down. In Prague, you get used to surly-rude, unfriendly-rude or even arrogant-rude. But at least those people have the decency to be outright rude to you, rather than pretend you don't exist. The feeling seems to be that the barstaff clearly think they are too cool to be serving anybody.

And that is why they should drop the "Dog's" from the name.

There are plenty of decent bars and restaurants in this area. Although the name can be eye-catching, keep walking.

Dress Code: If you actually want one of the barstaff to lower themselves to serving you, you'd better be looking pretty slick.

Address: Ostrovni 26, Praha 1
Directions: Cross the road from Narodni Trida and walk away from Tescos. Make a first right and keep walking.
Phone: +420 224 93 11 07
Theme: Eating and Drinking

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Nov 19, 2005
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