24th May -
1st June 2019

Prague Tips

Fringe Food

 Friends of the Fringe get 20% off at these great eateries. Find out more and buy your membership for as little as 1,200 Kč here

Our top picks for great food during the festival:

Breakfast and brunch

Open 08:00 – 20:00

Start your Fringe day with a hearty breakfast or brunch at Sousto.  They offer breakfast classics like smoked salmon and guacamole eggs benedict, ham and eggs, breakfast BLTs as well as delicious sweet and savoury crepes, smoothie bowls, smoothies, toasts, coffees and juices. They're open all day from 08 to 20, and also serve authentic Belgian fries, 100% beef burgers and hotdogs, quesadillas, Czech craft beers and more.  




Open all day

Have a delicious, freshly-prepared meal at La Loca Restaurant. Enjoy beautifully presented and world-class Mediterranean and Middle Eastern-style cuisine created by chef Radim Gerlich.  Their sharing menu is ideal for groups of Fringe-goers dining together. 



Afternoon tea 
Open 9.00 – 18:00 

Keep your energy levels up before your first show with some caffeine and a hand-made sweet treat at Designum Café.  Look out for their freshly baked Fringe cupcakes. 




Open 10:00 – 23:00 

For your evening meal, head to Roesel, a calm hideaway just next to the Charles Bridge. Fill up on simple but high quality food made from good ingredients and cooked with love. Choose the Fringe dish of the day for a wholesome bargain!  Delicious local beers on tap, as well as coffee, tea and soft drinks. 




Top lunch spots

Our compilation of some of the best value for money lunches in the city. Download or read online here.

Map of places to eat and drink

Check out a more in depth map of places to eat and drink on our interactive map here 

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