10 Upcoming Food, Wine, and Beer Festivals in Prague

Who doesn’t like an amazing gastronomic experience in the open air? A number of food and drink festivals will take place in Prague in August and September – take a look at our own selection.


Grill Fest

Smíchovská náplavka is a traditional place for various food festivals. On Saturday, August 7, from 10:00 to 20:00, it will host the Grill Fest where you will be able to taste various grilled foods- steaks, burgers, ribs, as well as vegetarian dishes: grilled cheese, vegetables, or plant-based burgers. And the menu will also include Peruvian, Cuban and Georgian specialties.

  • When: August 7
  • Where: Smíchovská náplavka, Hořejší nábřeží
  • More details here

Latino Street Food

Staying at the Smíchov embankment, on August 14 you will be able to taste Mexican burritos, tacos, shredded pork, Spanish paella, Argentinian steaks, Cuban sandwiches, and much more. The festival of Latin specialties will take place between 10:00 and 20:00.

  • When: August 14
  • Where: Smíchovská náplavka, Hořejší nábřeží
  • More details here

Prague Ice Cream Festival

This festival is for those who have a big sweet tooth. On the last Sunday in August, the Prague Ice Cream Festival will take place from 10:00 to 19:00, offering various types of ice cream – gelato, sorbet, ice roll, organic or vegan. In addition, the festival will have other snacks, drinks, and a family-friendly program, including competitions and tastings.


This festival is for all burger lovers and carnivores. Various selected burger spots, cooking shows, and band performances await you at Burgerfest. And if you like motorcycles, then you will enjoy the experience of the Prague Harley Days that will take place at the same Exhibition Center together with Burgerfest.

  • When: September 3-5
  • Where: Prague Exhibition Grounds – Křižík Fountain
  • More details here

Street Food Festival

Affordable, easy and quick to cook, and tasty- this is street food. You will be able to taste street food on Sunday, September 19 at the Cross Club in Holešovice. What foods specifically you ask? We’ll have to wait a little longer for more details.

Nomad Beer Festival

In September, Sedmička will come to life with a festival of ‘flying’ breweries – those that do not have their own production facilities, but usually have enthusiasts passionate about all things beer behind them. The festival will also have food, snacks, and live music. The gates of the Nomad Beer Festival open on Friday from 14:00 to 22:00 and on Saturday from 10:00 to 22:00.

Festival of Mini-Breweries at Prague Castle

Another beer festival but this time at Prague Castle. The beer at the festival will be from about sixty mostly Czech mini-breweries. On Friday, the festival is open from 14:00 to 20:00 and on Saturday from 12:00 to 20:00.

  • When: September 24 and 25
  • Where: The Royal Garden of Prague Castle
  • More details here

Prague Drinks Wine

A festival of winemakers dedicated to the creation of natural wines will take place on August 14 in the historic premises of the New Town Hall. The organizers expect the participation of more than fifty mainly family-owned Czech and foreign wineries.

Růžový Máj (Pink May)

Pink May is a wine-tasting festival of rosé wines and Bordeaux-style red wines a.k.a., clarets. On the last Saturday in September, over 20 Czech winemakers will present their wines at it. There will be hot and cold food, different drinks as well as jazz and swing.

Čajomír Fest

If you are neither a beer nor a wine person, we suggest going to a tea and herbs festival. The International Tea Art Festival will take place in mid-August, featuring more than 30 teahouses from the Czech Republic and abroad. The festival will also include meditative music, relaxation exercises, dancing, several workshops, and even a children’s meadow.

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