As I was photo mapping out the rest of Prague I stumbled across a swank, trendy little bar tucked away inside the bustling Prague Nightlife. If you didn’t know where you were going or what you were looking for you’re sure to miss it. This bar adopts the theme of Guy Fawkes who participated in a plot to assassinate King James I. He was taken into custody after the authorities received an anonymous letter alerting them that he was standing watch over the stockpiled gunpowder. He was apprehended on 5 November and the celebration of the Gunpowder Plot has been commemorated in Britain on that day since 1605.
The bar boasts an outdoor patio that’s contained inside a high walled court yard. The patrons there are portioned away from the blaring horns, high revving motor scooters and jam packed sidewalks which can be quite refreshing retreat after and day of pushing your way through crowded mess and dodging pedestrians carelessly walking and texting. The look and feel of the place is reminiscent of a speak easy but has more of a contemporary feel. The patio furniture is made of what seemed to be bamboo, twisted and formed into elegant furniture. The interior of the Anonymous Club is finely dressed in dark mahogany and cherry wood. The deep rhythmic tunes playing in the background are not too loud where you have to speak at and uncomfortable tone, yet loud enough to coax your ear drums and deep inner core into believing its the weekend and you should be having some fun.
The barkeeps were uber cordial and outgoing and have more than a solid handle on how to make a good drink. Trust me on this one, I put them to the test and they were more than up to the challenge. The Anonymous Bar had an unusual sexiness to it. As if to say, “I’m hot, you know I’m hot so I can just relax and be normal and that non assuming, nonjudgmental aura makes me even hotter!” It didn’t have the half-naked women on the bar to give off subliminally induced messages of sex, or the high roller “bottle service” Vegas style nightclub. I’ve been to Prague quite a few times and only wish I’d known of this place before. It would have easily been my go to spot to entertain friends on their first visit. It just has that feel that speaks to the fact you know what you’re talking about when the decision is made on where to go for the evening. All in all, it’s a huge win for you and your mates should you go here. You will not be disappointed.