Food & Drink

Prague has moved past its bland and boring menus of old and is establishing itself with a blossoming culinary scene. With more than ten fold the number of restaurants than two decades ago, you can find almost any cuisine.

Burgerfest 2019 serves up a weekend of fun September 7 & 8

Burgerfest 2019 serves up a weekend of fun September 7 & 8

Burgerfest, the largest burger festival in Europe, returns to Výstaviště Holešovice on September 7th and 8th. The two-daysunique food-cultural festivalwasfounded in 2012 and presents the culinary art of selected restaurants not only from Prague, but from the whole...

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The Art of U Pivrnce

The Art of U Pivrnce

This Prague pub is adorned with work by a famous Czech Cartoonist. For some, newspapers are becoming a relic of the past, but the art within them remain alive not only in the confines of the pages, but the walls of one special pub. U Pivrnce in Prague’s Old Town...

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Our Guide to Drinking Like a Non-Tourist in Malá Strana

Our Guide to Drinking Like a Non-Tourist in Malá Strana

Like most popular tourist destinations, Prague’s Malá Strana area is filled with its share of gimmicky shops and overpriced bars and restaurants. But don’t worry, even this district has its hidden gems. This month, we’re sharing a few of our favorite “non-tourist...

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Las Adelitas: Nacho typical Czech Mexican Restaurant

Las Adelitas: Nacho typical Czech Mexican Restaurant

BY SAM SPENGLER When a group of Mexican friends began cooking their home cuisine in a small Prague apartment and delivering it throughout the city nine years ago, they were fueled by a craving for their native tacos, enchiladas, and burritos. What they didn’t realize...

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A Good Cup: Mezičasy Cafe

A Good Cup: Mezičasy Cafe

Mezičasy Cafe cooperates with next door neighbors Život 90, an organization dedicated to making the lives better of Prague’s elderly citizens. The provide various services for the elderly and focus on improving their quality of life, so no person has to be ashamed of...

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A Good Cup: Café AdAstra

A Good Cup: Café AdAstra

Underneath the Vyšehrad Fortress and just a block away from the beautiful Vltava lies Café AdAstra. Meaning “to the stars,” AdAstra gives hope and confidence to people with physical, mental or socio-cultural disabilities who cannot work comfortably in the regular...

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A Good Cup: Skautský institut

A Good Cup: Skautský institut

The Skautský institut operates under Junák, the national organization of Czech scouts and the largest educational NGO for youth in the country with over 60,000 members. Originally founded in 1911, the organization has been forced to disband three times – in 1940 with...

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Manifesto Market – Uncontainably Cool

Manifesto Market – Uncontainably Cool

You might say not-for-profit urban re-developer reSITE has a gift for making something out of nothing – especially when it comes to Prague’s newest urban hotspot – Manifesto Market.  Located on what was once a dirtpile patch of unused and undesirable...

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Late Season Farmer’s Market Guide

Late Season Farmer’s Market Guide

After a long absence, Czech farmer’s markets reappeared in 2010, after a long disappearance during the communist era and early years of capitalism of the nineties.  And while the idea of straight from the farm to the hands of consumers is a great concept, far too...

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Dining After Midnight in Prague

Dining After Midnight in Prague

Looking to grab a late night meal? For a city that loves it’s nights out, the options can be limited. Join Prague Visitor’s Kevin as he checks out Dining After Midnight in...

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