Travel back to the days of old and experience the folk traditions of the Czech Republic at a New Year’s Eve dinner in Prague. See traditional Czech and Moravian dance and music at the U Marčanů Restaurant. Feast on Czech cuisine, good beer, and wine.
What to Expect
Enjoy an immersive night of Czech folk traditions on New Year’s Eve in the heart of Prague at the U Marčanů restaurant, famous for its nightly folklore dinners, including live music and dance.
Following a pick-up from your hotel at approximately 18:30, drive through the city center to the restaurant, which boasts a rich tradition that dates back over 100 years. Sit down to your choice of New Year's Eve menu, all served with wine from the Lechovice region, and refreshing Pilsen beers.
New Year´s Eve Menu:
Sliced roast beef, served on lettuce leaves, cherry tomato, and warm bread rolls
Traditional potato soup with mushrooms
Pork tenderloin with fine pepper sauce, creamed potato, and grilled vegetables
Warm apple strudel with vanilla cream
Extra Course Before Midnight:
Warm ham with lentil salad
Aperitif. Becherovka from Carlsbad (a herbal bitter to aid digestion)
Unlimited drinks (wine, beer or soft drinks)
0.33-liter bottle of sparkling wine
Folk songs, dances, and traditional instruments by famous Prague artists
Mini disco from 19:00 - 02:00
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
- Admission fees
- Folkloric dinner with music and dance
- Unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks
- Cooled water
Know Before You Go
• Please note that the dinner and folklore show is estimated to end between 01:00 and 02:00