We’ve got to admit that Prague does have its fair share of a creative and unique bar scene going on, but one bar that stands out in particular has got to be this one – Anonymous Bar.

Why is it so unique? If you are not familiar with the group Anonymous, it’s an international network of activitsts and hacktivists who loosely cooperate together to bring bits of clarity, awareness and justice to people. It’s easy to spot an Anonymous member in public (or a wannabe) by the Guy Fawkes masks. You may be familiar with the mask from the movie and novel V for Vendetta.

With this in mind, Anonymous Bar in Prague took this concept and made it a low-key yet well-known place to grab drinks in secret style. How secret? Pretty upscale secret – I mean, even one of their menus are written in invisible ink and you need a blacklight to read it.

In addition to their secret menu, they also had a binocular-click-film-roll menu that you have to hold up to a light to see. Do you know any other bar in Prague who does things like that? Not a chance.

Their drinks are pretty fancy and it is a little pricey, but well worth the experience. The bar is dressed up in an Anonymous-theme, ensuring that you feel like you’re a member of the group.

Interested? You should be. Here’s everything you need to know to check it out:
Location:  Michalská 12  Prague, Czech Republic
Website:  http://www.anonymousbar.cz/en
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/anonymousbar.cz