Jama is known for throwing a great party, and this year’s themed event SCARY MOVIE is bound to be one to remember. Jama has a great lineup for the evening including a welcome drink from Smirnoff and JWBlack, DJ, ice luge shots, hostesses, beer pong, a raffle and plenty of drink specials. And, don’t forget the all-important best costume contest! With this year’s theme being SCARY MOVIE, it’s easy to come up with a few horrifying ideas. Jason? Freddie? Ghost face? Pennywise? The options are endless and certain to fill the room with terrifying characters. Friday, November 1 Party gets started at 6pm Get ready for lots of treats and only a few tricks. See you at Jama! On Facebook:Read more.

If you’re into live jazz, blues, and funk this is going to be your go-to place to unwind at the end of the week. To your luck, you can go any night if you wanted to – not just at the end of the week. What’s great about the Jazz Republic is that they offer live jazz every night without an entrance fee. Tables fill up quick though, so it’s best to visit their website and reserve a table online before heading down. Online you can see tables that are already reserved or not, giving you an idea of how crowded it will be before even going. Music usually starts at either 8pm or 9pm. The feel and atmosphere ofRead more.

This spot seems to be popular for language teachers and expats. Come here in the afternoon and you’ll easily overhear a few English (or Czech) lessons going on at once. Conveniently located between Jiriho z Podebrad and Namesti Miru metro stops (the green line A), it’s no wonder it’s a hit amongst expats in the area. This coffee shop comes a small bookshop and mini everything-goes kind of gift store at the entrance. You can find postcards, Czech literature, mugs, pottery, crafts, packs of gum, cigarettes, pretty random things in case you’ve been needing them. This cafe can be easily missed and mistaken for the tea shop located right next door. I’ve done it quite a few times. The entranceRead more.