You will never want for bars in the capital city of Prague. Every corner you take you will find at least a Czech hospoda, a smoky old-fashioned pub. Even movie theaters feature bars, a concept that may seem strange to Westerners, mainly Americans, because of the strict laws concerning beer and liqueur sales. If you are longing for a smart cocktail head to the Old Town quarter of Josefov or the Jewish Quarter, where you will find classy establishments serving tasty concoctions to foreigners and locals alike. Many bars offer outdoor seating where you can watch people pass by while you take in some fine Czech beer or some strong Slivovitz.