Paul Young

Educator, Designer, Culinary Explorer




Flavor Principles of Ethnic Cooking

An Evening in Český Krumlov

Sunday, March 17, 2024 • 6–8pm • $95 per person


The Czech Republic (a.k.a. Czechia) is at the crossroads of Eastern and Western Europe, and its "Old Bohemian" cuisine reflects their storied historical influences. Hungarian imports include goulash and hearty soups, from neighboring Vienna comes schnitzels and other fried foods, and from Germany comes sauerkraut and other pickled things. Czechian cuisine is classic comfort food where fat is flavor, grease is good, and all meals are served with what many consider the best beer of the world — Pilsner Urquell.


While Prague is a great city, the best kept secret in Czechia is a picture-perfect town called Český Krumlov. Just two hours south of Prague, this charming fairy tale village of 13,000 is a Unesco World Heritage Site with a stunning castle, an old town square, and a great place for gypsy music and amazing food. Here's what's on the menu for tonight's fantasy dinner in Old Bohemia:



Note: All of our pop-up events are all-inclusive prix fixe dinners. This means you get a multi-course dinner complete with wine and other beverage pairings all evening long for one fixed price. Unlike at restaurants, all taxes and tip are included as well.


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