A rarity among the brewery-owned pubs in Prague, Kozlovna is affiliated with the smaller Velkopopovicky Kozel beer. But aside from the animal horns outside the front door and the company's brews on tap, the branding is unobtrusive and the environment is friend and bustling. They serve huge portions of expertly made Czech classics at low prices, and naturally everything goes great with beer: ribs, venison, and a sinus-clearing garlic soup are all superlative versions of
the pub food you'll find elsewhere, without the intense premium you pay for a sleek environment and competent service. Just don't get too ambitious—sometimes the daily specials, especially anything that involves pasta, overreach.