As welcome as the global beer reformation has been, it has had its drawbacks: namely, the number of snobs and zealots found leering over pineapple stouts and impossible IPAs. “Definitely bacon on the nose,” they lecture while taking fussy gulps of the new beer of the hour. Screw that. Sometimes you just want a normal bar with good, clean lager. Bohemia is that place. This is a Czech bar for modern times: stylish interiors of glass and wood and a so-called ‘tank system’ that maintains the beer’s freshness. And just like the Czech Republic, find your Pilsner served in a variety of ways – try the ‘Mliko’, a full pint of creamy foam that can be sunk in a swig.
Al. Jana Pawła II 23, bohemiarestaurant.pl