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Amid the upscale restaurants and lounges in Hollywood's downtown district is the tiny beer aficionado hangout, PRL Euro Cafe. Wedged in next to Mauro's pizza, the extremely low-lit bar's atmosphere bodes that of a PBR-peddling dive bar, but the plethora of unique lager choices and casually hip clientele suggests otherwise. In the front of the narrow bar, small tables are scattered about, art from local talent adorns the sangria-painted walls, and a large vintage birdcage filled with curiosities stands next to a thrift store-style couch. Behind the long, skinny wooden bar, ropes of twinkle lights snake around the glass shelves displaying beer bottles and tiny plastic helicopters dangle from the exposed ceiling pipes. Between the eclectic artisan-meets-bohemian crowd, and multiple beers with an alcohol content of more than ten percent, a visit to PRL makes for an interesting night.
performance art and installations with abstract sound concoctions that make up the noise genre
$10 bottles of wine, bottom shelf 2 for $5 all night, middle shelf $5
Art and photography on display, admire other people's or bring your own. Henninger's are two for $5, Carpatia's two for $8
"Noise is everyday fucking life," or at least it is according to the notoriously loud Kenny Millions, of experimental noise duo Death Fuk. And while Broward County is surely brimming with the sounds ... More »
Hipster is such a nebulous and obnoxious term. But if you say that you don't want to use this weird word, all eyes land on you accusingly. Now you seem like the hipster in the room who is merely insul... More »
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PRL Euro was one of South Florida's first serious beer bars, crammed as it is into a narrow little space on Hollywood Boulevard. The place is friendly, and the bottle list is staggering -- on some nights, there could be 140 brews between the taps and bottles, including a few fancy ciders. There's a heavy emphasis on Belgian, German, and Polish beers, with quite a few domestics as well. PRL doesn't serve food, but there's plenty of oddball European techno, which, unlike the beer, you... More »
The last time I saw Barbie, she looked pretty desirable. But after a long night of drinking at PRL, she's ended up naked and tied up in a birdcage. Unfortunately for Barbie, explicit photographs of her risqué night of partying adorn the walls. Albeit, she's doing better than the Polish soldiers -- all that's left of them is their hats. And poor Tony Montana... looks like someone robbed his grave, displaying his gun like a trophy. Perhaps the perpetrator is the same person who... More »
Start off with tapas at La Barraca. Sample the sepia a la plancha, the Mediterranean cuttlefish, grilled and topped with drippy garlic and olive oil. Or order bravely from the chilled menu with boquerones en vinagre, white anchovies cured in a vinegar, garlic, and parsley solution. Then stroll down the road and knock back cold Polish beers with strangers at PRL Euro Café before stumbling into Beefeater, everyone's favorite Argentine steak house. Once you've stuffed yourself full of... More »
You want three things from the perfect bar. 1.) You must be able to smoke inside. 2.) Your fellow drinkers should be fun, interesting, approachable, and represent all neighborhoods and backgrounds. 3.) They've gotta have a lot of beer -- like, over 100 varieties. In Hollywood, there's only one place that does all this right: PRL Euro Café. No matter what time you show up during business hours, from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m., you'll be pleased. During happy hour, from 5 to 7, you get... More »
Men want her; women want to be her. Wait a sec... Women want her, too. We know, ladies, you're not gay; you just have a girl-crush on Julie. And who doesn't? Her bewitching green eyes. Her hair gelled into a little fauxhawk. An armful of ice cold Polish brews nestled in her glistening bosom. Just because PRL is a beer-and-wine kind of place doesn't mean the bartender doesn't need talent. Instead of memorizing some trendy shot every week, Julie spends hour after patient hour explaining the... More »
It's hard to believe that owner Jaroslaw "Jay" Rottermund can fit 114 beers from 22 countries into this tiny nook of a bar. But he manages to stock everything from Argentina's Quilmes (essentially the Budweiser of Argentina) to Turkey's Efes Pilsen (which has a basketball team named after it) to 15 American brews. Although Rottermund says he won't look down on you for ordering a Bud Light draft, the most popular flavors among the bar's young, artsy crowd are Belgium's Delirium Tremens ($6),... More »
You want three things from the perfect bar. 1.) You must be able to smoke inside. 2.) Your fellow drinkers should be fun, interesting, approachable, and represent all neighborhoods and backgrounds. 3.) They've gotta have a lot of beer — like, over 100 varieties. In Hollywood, there's only one place that does all this right: PRL Euro Café. No matter what time you show up during business hours, from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m., you'll be pleased. During happy hour, from 5 to 7, you get two-for-one drinks. We're not talking just domestic Rocky Mountain swill, either. Think Old Speckled Hen, Belzebuth, and other tasty treats from far-off lands. Pop by in the evening and the long, narrow space is shoulder-to-shoulder with other Euro-brew aficionados. It's an easy environment for mingling since you all share a love of good beer and a loathing for shitty domestic draft. On the weekend, walk into (and stumble out of) underground art shows and drum 'n' bass DJ sets — all with a lit cigarette in hand. PRL might be heaven on Earth. It's definitely the perfect bar.
I love this place. About a 5 minute walk from my front door, and the most comfortable vibe I've found in the neighborhood. Don't expect to hear the Black Eyed Peas or Lady Gaga here-- I heard a little Radiohead, a little Aphex Twin and lots of other stuff that was a welcome change from lots of places in the area. Cozy, dark atmosphere; friendly, chic bartenders (at least when I was there)... It did have a bit of a European vibe, and lots of interesting artist types. I had been going to Whiskey Tango for my night cap, but this is my new first choice.
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