The operators of this venue, in the picturesque Ungelt courtyard, in the heart of historic Prague, are proud to offer blues as well as jazz. In fact, Ungelt evens claim to be the only Prague club specialising in blues.Live music plays every night at nine o'clock, and usually you can catch well-known local musicians, including real legends. And the cooking is decent too. On the menu you will find classic European cuisine, such as typical Italian pasta dishes, and Czech pork, dumplings and cabbage, so you can go for dinner and listen to jazz until midnight. But Ungelt isn’t just an evening entertainment venue. In warm weather, a late lunch there is a great idea. The club has an attractive garden, where you can sit back and relax, from two in the afternoon onwards.
Also playing at Ungelt is the most famous Czech harmonica player, Charlie Slavík, who also records in the USA.