U Glaubiců, which serves traditional and international cuisine, has a space for every occasion – a patio from where you can enjoy views of St Nicholas Church, taprooms, a lounge or the cellar, where you can fi nd the beer tanks from where we draw always fresh Pilsner Urquell beer.
When you visit U Glaubiců Restaurant, you will travel through time, from the present day all the way back to the 9th century. The Gothic cellars were first mentioned in 1389. Th e first person to brew beer on the premises was a brewer named Lukáš in 1521. In 1585, the building was named U Zlatého Stromu (At the Golden Tree). It was renamed three decades later to U Glaubiců after it was bought by then mayor Baltazar Glaubic with his wife Zuzana. The building has borne this name since 1615
In 1804, the famous architect Palliardi de- signed the facade we see to this day when looking at the building from Malostranské náměstí (Lesser Town Square). In 1984, the U Glaubiců building was closed due to its poor state of repair. After a successful reconstruction, the building was officially reopened in 1998 in the attendance of the mayor of Prague at the time.
Discover the entire restaurant, from the entrance to the cellar, and learn about the important events that helped form the U Glaubiců building over the centuries. We hope you enjoy your stay and th ank you for the privilege of serving you!