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In Prague will be held the Food Parade festival - the festival of delicacies and drinks

The festival of delicacies and drinks
The festival of delicacies and drinks

The best restaurants in Prague, the most famous chefs, the most delicious menu, the greatest wines, the best coffee, excellent Czech beer, cocktails and delicacies from all over the world - all this and much more connoisseurs and amateurs will be able to try at the festival dedicated to food and drink - Food Parade, which will be held in the Czech capital from 17 to 18 of September.

Guests of the Prague Food and Drink Parade can expect a full program, which will please adults and children. To the audience will be presented cooking shows and bartenders contests, sommeliers and coffee art contests, seminars and discussions with nutritionists and exciting cooking classes for all visitors.

Children are waiting for a full program in a special children's corner of the festival, with competitions, courses of creative cooking and a wide variety of entertainment.

Guests of the Food Parade in Prague are expected not only workshops on healthy eating, but 12 excellent cooking shows, a real parade of meals consisting of 147 delicious beverage, prepared in 22 best restaurants in Prague and 37 the most skilled chefs in the Czech Republic.

The parade will pass from 17 to 18 September in Prague-7 at Pražská tržnice, Bubenské nábřeží, Prague 7-Holesovice. Tickets for adults - CZK 300 (CZK 100 for entrance and 200 CZK for food and beverages) for students and elderly people - 250 CZK (50 CZK for entrance and 200 CZK for food and beverages). Children under 12 years old can enter free of charge.

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Photo: Alesia Belaya

Date: 04/09/2011

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