When: Tuesday, 30 August, 2022 from 7:00 p.m.
Where: Municipal house (Obecní dům), náměstí Republiky 1090/ 5, Praha 1
Price: 40 EUR/person
Number of seats is limited!
Municipal House Restaurant is known as the most beautiful Art Nouveau restaurant in the world, designed by Czech famous architects Antonin Balšánek and Osvald Polivka. It had its grand opening on New Year’s Eve 1911. In the stunning interior dominate huge windows with unique handling from the beginning of the twenties, original furniture, upholstered seats and silverware. Its impressive ceiling is decorated with stucco geometric ornaments and paintings from Czech famous sculptors and painters as František Kraumann and Alfons Mucha. It is also a prestigious venue of high quality cuisine and service as proven and recommended by food critics, gourmets, guides (for example Gault & Millau or Grand Restaurant) and by numerous awards received.
When: Monday, 29 August, 2022 from 7:00 p.m.
Where: Strahov Monastery Brewery
Price: included in the registration fee
The Strahov Monastery Brewery is hidden in a historic monastery founded in 1142, just a few steps from the Prague Castle. Master brewers have been crafting amazing beer here for more than 600 years, and we are proud to continue the tradition. Since the year 2000, Saint Norbert beer has been brewed at the monastery, and the doors opened to the brewery restaurant and courtyard pavilion to beer lovers from around the world. The beer is named after the founder of the Premonstratensian Order, who have inhabited the Strahov Monastery since the beginning. More than 25 delicious beers are brewed at the Strahov Monastery, using the finest ingredients and brewing methods. Participants can look forward to beer tasting along with traditional Czech cuisine.
The Strahov Brewery is very well accessible by public transport and car. Bus 143 or 149 from Dejvická station located near the Wienna House Diplomat Prague hotel takes you straight to Malovanka stop, which is around 5 minutes walking distance from the Brewery. You can also use the metro from Dejvická to Hračanská and either transfer to a tram to Malovanka or enjoy a nice 30 minute walk through dreamy, historical parts of Prague.