Category Archives: Prague Drinks

Drinking in the City.

Plzeňské pivo z tanku

Czech isn’t so different from English.  The title of this article, for example, means “Pilsner beer from the tank.”  However, while the literally translation may be apparent I’m not quite sure that the meaning of “tank” is quite clear.  In … Continue reading

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Pivo!

A teacher in a foreign country encounters a natural amount of curiosity as to why they’re in that particular place.  Czechs, in particular, aren’t a very nationalistic people.  While they like their country, there is a certain unspoken assumption that other places are … Continue reading

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Nail Bar

When I first heard of “Nail Bar*,” I was horrified: picturing New York’s Beauty Bar – where you can get a $10 manicure/cocktail combination during happy hour.  “There’s no way I’m being dragged to another bar reeking of nail polish … Continue reading

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Burčak

Noooooo!!!! Burčak (pronounced bur-chak) season has ended!  What will I do without strange new cultural drinks to entertain my pallet?  Find more. Burčak is an amazing, seasonal Czech beverage.  It’s young wine: still sweet and innocent. The juice is light … Continue reading

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