What could be heartier than haggis and black pudding? Celebrating pork in all its succulent varieties.
In stark contrast to the above mentioned feast, Vegefest is a kinder, gentler (at least on the arteries) event.
A DJ set livens up the last of the Street Food Jam series, an afternoon of kebab creations, exotic finger food, and more. Another SF festival is slated for Oct 17.
The largest and first food festival of its kind in the Czech Republic introduces cuisine from Azerbaijan, Mongolia, Yemen, and more than 40 other countries.
Latin American restaurants and vendors from the Caribbean and Central and South Ameria will offer everything from exotic fruits and spices to original jewelry.
Alpine horns and a cow parade are the primary concern of this unusual event. But there will be cheese; make Swiss and sample Raclette.
Sample tapas, sandwiches, and apps of the edible variety from a number of newly opened Prague 7 restaurants.
Roasted crickets, snails in black beer – dinner at Hogwarts or dishes served at this second annual bizarre foods fest?
More insect eating; if bugs do not appeal, perhaps the promise of “forgotten Czech specialties” or food from the far off Congo will?
Belgian pralines, French cheese and wine, and other Continental classics presented by Prague restaurants and vendors.
Scenic Písecká Brána near Prague Castle hosts a small festival of 15 international restaurants paired with live folk music.
Nothing says autumn quite like apples except maybe apple cider, apple streudel, apple compote, apple pate, and the like.
Prague Coffee Festival – Oct 10-11/National Museum of Agricutlure
Held a month earlier this year, the annual Coffee Festival is an increasingly popular opportunity for coffee freaks and casual drinkers to explore the latest trends in java.
Bánh mì, pho, wonderfully sweet coffee; all are on the menu at this annual festival featuring Prague’s top Vietnamese eateries.
Pumpkin pie, pumpkin soup, quiche, tea, and jams by gold ribbon marmalade maker Blanka Milfaitová. (You can also visit the 10th annual Pumpkin Exhibit on through Oct 26).
Goose pancakes and goose burgers (not to mention flowing pints of domestic cider and hay bale seating) highlight this new event.
An entire festival devoted to cake makes delicious sense! Try cakes, cupcakes, muffins and more from local and visiting bakers.
A new venue for this annual outing of big and small label distillers and gourmet vendors featuring Master of Malt John Lemond.
Billing itself as the “first and biggest” market of “delicacies,” not much information was available about this festival at press time. Expect bigness. And firstness.