The Mussel Week Festival shakes up the gastronomic arena of Prague with its mouthwatering program and delicious discounts. Several restaurants participate in the event, offering visitors the unique opportunity to experience the taste of mussels and save some money for other French specialties.  The event will run for a week starting on September 26, 2022. Let the degustation begin!  Mussel Week Festival: everything you need to know Mussel Week is an event that unites the gastronomic arena of Prague restaurants, cafés, and bistros. It is a booming festival running every year at the end of September, allowing visitors to take a leap into the unknown and dive into the adventures of French cuisine degustation.  Most venues specialize in preparing musselsRead more.

Bramborák, known as a “potato pancake,” is a portion of comfort food for most people residing in the Czech Republic. Made from freshly grated potatoes in a mixture with an egg, bramborák wins the hearts of everyone who tries it for the first time or a million times.  Dive into the potato-savvy article about bramborák and learn why everyone is obsessed with it! The Mystery of the Name In the Czech language, the famous potato pancake is called bramborák. So, what does it mean for us, as English speakers?  Let’s get everything in order and get some Czech skills on the table. Bramborák originates from the noun bamboo, which simply means potato. The suffix ak is just a magical stricture that “indicates the referent isRead more.

The Portu Gallery runs a pop-up exhibition featuring icons of contemporary art, including Toyen, Warhol, Mucha, Kupka, and other creative individuals. Visitors can enjoy good wine, guided tours, and a special surprise at the end—tickets to iMucha.  The installation will happen next Thursday, September 22, 2022, at the Hauch Gallery. It will be only a one-day event, so mark it on your calendar!  Art Icons: What is it all about?  The Portu Gallery gathered the unique masterpieces of modern art in one place. In the exhibition, you can see the phenomenal works of Czech artists and foreign ones. For instance, Alfons Much and František Kupka will represent the contemporary art of the Czech Republic. In contrast, Andy Warhol and RoyRead more.