Our favorite wine event and food market places in Prague

Our favorite wine event and food market places in Prague

PRAGUE DRINKS WINE 2019: Biggest Wine Festival in town

This festival is the largest gathering of Central European winemakers who passionately devote themselves to wine making without any chemical sprayings, additives and any unnecessary extra operations in the cellar. This 6th edition is expecting more than seventy wineries from Czech Republic and other wine regions around. 
The main theme of the upcoming vintage will be wines produced in kvevri, in traditional Georgian earthenware vessels. Therefore, you’ll have the chance to meet some leading Georgian winemakers and compare their Georgian wines with the Moravian ones prepared in the same, ancient way.
The Prague Drinks Wine 2019 Festival will be held on Friday, May 24 (1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.) and Saturday, May 25 (11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.) 2019 in the historic premises of the New Town Hall on Charles Square in Prague.
Price for a full-day (790 Czk) or two-day admission ticket (1290 Czek)  includes a glass and unlimited wine tasting.

The Prague Drinks Wine 2019 Festival will be held on Friday, May 24 (1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.) and Saturday, May 25 (11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.) 2019 in the historic premises of the New Town Hall on Charles Square in Prague.
Price for a full-day (790 Czk) or two-day admission ticket (1290 Czek)  includes a glass and unlimited wine tasting.

More info on: http://prahapijevino.cz/en/prague-drinks-wine-2019/

Farmers’ Market at Jiřák, in the wine quarter of Prague

The farmers’ market on Jiřího z Poděbrad square is one of the most popular in Prague and our favorite one as it is located in Vinohrady area!  
In the stands under the shady trees in the park, near to a unique church by Josip Plečnik, visitors can purchase products from Czech farms. Selling everything from potatoes freshly dug up, cheese and fresh milk products, newly-baked traditional goodies such as kolacky or babovka, to free-range eggs and chicken, organic beef, fish, pork, to a wide array of seasonal vegetables, herbs, and plants- even including household plants or geraniums to jazz-up your window or balcony, this local farmers market is a great way to get to learn about Czech food culture, or find some excellent imports such as Hungarian specialties like klobasa and paprika, Spanish olive oils, hot Balkan food to eat on the spot, or the freshest of fish from Croatia . Of course, you’ll get the chance to taste local wines.
The sellers often rotate locations on a weekly or daily basis between other markets, so you’ll always find something new. The market is great for all ages. On top of that, there are great cafés around where you can relax on the terrace watching shoppers and famers discussing about cooking recipes!

Market at náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrad. The Jiřího z Poděbrad Farmers The market runs four times a week from Wednesday to Saturday.
More info on http://trhyjirak.cz/

Farmer’s Markets at Naplavka, on the river bank

In the nine previous seasons, the number of dealerships has quadrupled. It started with only 28 stalls and now has grown to a regular 90-100 stalls. Inspiration came from both Germany and the USA. “Farmers were hesitant at first. But the water court allows them to add a cool cart, which is important for fresh food, vegetables and herbs. From the beginning, the organizers aimed to create not only a place with quality farm products but also a space for neighboring meetings. “The goal of this marketplace is to serve Prague and the farmers.
Located on the riverbank walk, you can stroll through market stalls while enjoying the sun, cooled by the breeze off the Vltava river. Boasting views of Prague Castle, Petřín Hill, and situated just a few blocks from the famous Dancing House, this location is perfect for residents and tourists alike. From March 2019, the market for hot drinks in the “Turn Pot” system continues, which can be returned to customers in any of the cafe’s involved. Beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages are poured into a glass, into reusable cups or in containers that customers will bring.

Opening Hours: February – December Sat 08.00 – 14.00 (opening hours in winter depending on the weather)
More info on : www.farmarsketrziste.cz

 International gourmet street food at Manifesto

Specialities from renowned chefs, awesome restaurants and products from amazing designers at one venue. A container village for art, education, food & entertainment. In the heart of Prague. This is what Manifesto Market is about.
It is the brainchild of reSITE, a global non-profit acting to improve the urban environment. The aim was to create a place where there wasn’t one. Of great culture. Of great fun. Of great taste. Of food. Of drinks. Of learning. Of the future.  Where people from all stripes could meet. Spend time together. Families. Visitors. Locals. Co-workers.
The place is unusual in what was a desert in the center of Prague. In the shadow of a highway, it has been avoided by everyone. This was a first gesture in a city landscape. The mission of Manifesto Market is to revive and vitalize an area which is unfriendly and inaccessible regardless of its central location. Goal achieved. As you can see, Manifesto Market is the first fully cashless place in Prague and one of the first in Europe enjoy the uncompromising taste, design, and cultural experiences of a new, cashless place in an old city.
Manifesto brings an unusual cultural and culinary experience, offers space for entertainment and education, introduces minimalist perspective on both local and global gastronomy, and thus becomes a space for meeting others.

Open everyday from 11:00 am to 10:00pm from April to October
More info: https://www.manifesto.city/home-en

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