Monday, November 24, 2008

Food news: Where to have Thanksgiving in Prague

Fear not, turkey-loving Americans: Prague has plenty of places where you can get your fill of Thanksgiving this Thursday.

If you want to eat your holiday dinner at home (but don't want to cook it yourself), Bakeshop will be selling Thanksgiving to go. They'll be making fresh turkey caramelized with dark beer, Italian sausage and bread stuffing, parmesan roasted butternut squash and more, all for 800 CZK per kilo. Pick up a bottle of Beaujolais Nouveau while you're there, too.

Bohemia Bagel in Holešovice will be having an all-you-can-eat Thanksgiving buffet for 490 CZK per person starting at 7 pm, and Jáma is celebrating their 15th annual turkey day this year, followed by American football on TV. Other restaurants making special arrangements include Brasserie M (on Friday), Buffalo Bill's, Fraktal, the Globe, Banditos, Vermeer, and Red Hot & Blues.

For those who want to get all fancy-like, Allegro will be serving something along the lines of Thanksgiving dinner, and Hilton's CzecHouse and the Mandarin Oriental's Essensia will have holiday menus as well.

Reservations are strongly recommended for all of the above restaurants. Happy gobbling!

images: countryliving.com

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