It’s time for Festival Gastronomico, the first Latin American/Spanish food celebration in Prague! At Festival Gastronomico you have the opportunity to taste the true authentic flavors of Spanish and Latin gastronomy. The festival is made up of two parts, El Festival and Semanas Gastronomicas. El Festival takes place in Obcanska Plovarna on Friday September 23rd and Saturday the 24th. At El Festival you can enjoy a wide variety of authentic dishes from Spain, Mexico, Guatemala, Peru and other Latin American countries prepared by Five renowned chefs from Spain, who will be for the first time in Prague, ensuring that you will not find these delicious dishes anywhere else in the city. El Festival will be complete with various workshops such as cooking courses and dance lessons, live Latin music, exciting dance performances, and a special program for children. Entertaining bar shows with fire will also take place by experienced barmen. Visitors to the festival can taste not only exotic food but also typical drinks from this exciting area of the world including wine from South America, coffee from Ecuador, Caribbean rum and more. For further information including the online schedule of events visit www.festivalgastronomico.cz. To purchase your ticket to El Festival visit www.ticketstream.cz. Tickets are valid for both days and cost just CZK 95 per person. Tickets will be available for CZK 120 at the door.
On Sunday September 25 the festival will move to select Prague restaurants as Semanas Gastronomicas, where you will be able to enjoy special three-course menus prepared by the chefs until October 5, 2011. Restaurants involved include Amade Restaurant, El Arriero, El Centro, Hacienda Mexicana, La Bodega Campo and Las Adelitas. To enjoy the special three-course menus you can purchase tickets for CZK 270 per menu at www.ticketstream.cz and reserve your table at www.alakarte.cz/gastronomico, where you can also select the festival menus you would like to taste.
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