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ynlvr
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Prague Food & Drink
Just arrived. Will spend 3 days before a Danube river cruise to Budapest. I’m interested in food and drink recommendations in Prague. And yes, I will start beer training immediately.

I plan to report back after the trip.


HoustonGumbeauxGuy
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re: Prague Food & Drink
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I plan to report back after the trip.



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RunningBlake
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re: Prague Food & Drink
Try some garlic soup!


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lsuwiseman
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re: Prague Food & Drink
We were there in June. I would recommend the Taste of Prague food tour (Martin was a great tour guide). They will bring you around to 4-5 different restaurants to try traditional Czech foods and drinks and you'll get a history lesson along the way. Our favorite stop along the tour was Nase Maso butcher shop. The Prague ham is delicious. Great burger as well. The meats are butchered in house daily, so all very fresh.

their website has reviews and recommendations; www.tasteofprague.com


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speckledawg
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re: Prague Food & Drink
Lucky You!

You definitely need to try the pork knuckle somewhere. I also really enjoyed the sausage and similar things that you will find in Budapest. There was an Easter festival going on when we were in Prague (in the Old Town Square), where we ate a lot of sausage and beer for super cheap. The trdelniks are awesome for a desert or just any time.

We had some great beers at the Kynspersky Pivovar in the Old Town area. You'll see the Pilsner Urquell everywhere and it's not bad at all.


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TigerTaco
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re: Prague Food & Drink
We had a great lunch at U Medvidku in the old town area. If you go, I hope you like a lot of meat, dumplings and gravy. Prices are cheap and you will be stuffed. The restaurant dates from 1466.


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OldHickory
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re: Prague Food & Drink
Prague Beer Museum
James Joyce Irish Pub
Harley’s Bar
Letna Beer Garden
Nase Maso
Lokal


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ynlvr
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re: Prague Food & Drink
Thanks for the quick and informative responses. I have an email in to the Taste of Prague guys and hoping they can accommodate short notice.

Will look into other solo ventures mentioned. Pork and beer ?? FTW


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juice4lsu
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re: Prague Food & Drink
Check out Bakeshop for bakery items, sandwiches, and coffee.


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RedFoxx
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re: Prague Food & Drink
I don't remember the names of any place I ate, but I would just walk in a place that looked good and none disappointed.

The food and beer everywhere was great and cheap.

I stayed near the Most Sacred Heart Church and there was a farmers market in the park with vendors cooking food, really good stuff there too.

Have fun, Prague is one of the best cities I've ever visited. Can't wait to go back.


namvet6566
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re: Prague Food & Drink
Please share your info I will be there next week or the week after



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ynlvr
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re: Prague Food & Drink
Yep, ate at Tradice tonight. Classic Czech food, great atmosphere. Pigs knees was delicious fall off the bone texture and flavor A+. Staying in Andel area across the river not far from old town. Passed on the ”Pot of Pig” which was probably a mistake but I couldn’t get volunteers to join me and it served 4.
This post was edited on 10/16 at 3:46 pm


Htown Tiger
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re: Prague Food & Drink
Hit up a bar called Kolkovne (not far from the square). Order a pretzel and their goulash soup. Wash it down with a Kozel. Can’t beat it.


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