Guide to Off-the-Beaten Path Food and Drinks in Prague

Guide to Off-the-Beaten Path Food and Drinks in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic (B)

You’re in the heart of Prague’s Old Town. The cobblestone streets lined with pastel colored buildings lead you into neighborhoods with over 1,000 years of stories to tell and it’s as if the pages of a Disney fairytale have come to life.

But then! Your tummy growls. You’re surrounded by tourists, no Czech person in sight and all of the menus are overpriced and translated in English, German and French…

I’ve scoped out some of Prague’s best Czech food, off-the-beaten-path restaurants and coolest bars. Ready to ditch those tourist traps and get local?

So, you want to try real, authentic Czech food and you want to eat it surrounded by Czechs? About a 20-minute walk outside of the tourist center, this mom and pop restaurant serves up the real Czech deal at local prices. It’s located in a quiet little corner of a residential neighborhood, no hotels or kitschy souvenir shops in sight. Score! Anything you pick off the menu is going to be of the highest quality, made with momma’s love, and authentically Czech. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Guide to Off-the-Beaten Path Food and Drinks in Prague
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Casie Tennin
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • U Marianskeho Obrazu
  • Guga
  • Donuterie
  • T-Anker
  • Beer Garden
  • Riegrovy Sady Park
  • Vzorkovna

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