The occasion begins today (June 28th) and runs till Sunday night (June thirtieth). The Feeling, the Kaiser Chiefs, and Bjorn Again are headlining the music stage.
WHAT CAN YOU GET TO EAT?
If you’re like us, you’re already considering what you will have for lunch and dinner. You probably think about what you may wash your food down with as well (water, fizzy drink, or a pint?). Here’s who is imparting food to takeaway:
Cantina El Burrito
Hush Hush Chef
Bush Farm Bison
Dios Mio Churros
Hot Turtle Wood Fired Pizza
Retro Catering Concepts
Suzette’s Fresh Pancakes
SF Caribbean Food
WHAT CAN YOU GET TO DRINK?
Wiltshire Council may have bars available to the general public.
There will also be:
Hook Norton Ales
JJ’s Cider/Old Joe’s Cider
Inc Bar Group
Every entrant is requested to drink responsibly.
If you are heading to Salisbury AFD celebrations, then make certain you carry an empty water bottle that you may get crowned up at unique water stations.
Milan’s Restaurant: Brooklyn, New York
Milan’s would not appear like tons from the outdoor; however, you’re transported to primary Europe once inside. The secure and traditional decor melds well with the lovingly prepared meals. Our favorites right here? Cabbage soup with smoked meat, roast beef with sauerkraut, and dumplings, all washed down with one of the four Czech beers on the menu. You also can purchase properly packaged goods from Slovakia and the Czech Republic here, including bottled beer, soda, and grocery items.
Cafe Bohemia: Omaha, Nebraska
Just a mile south of the Old Market district in downtown Omaha is Cafe Bohemia. This comfortable restaurant has been serving true delicacies because the 1920s, at very reasonable costs. Cafe Bohemia is an exquisite vicinity to strive swieckova, a sauerbraten fashion dish generally served with dumplings or potato pancakes. You might not go home hungry; it’s for sure! But if you’re now not sure, don’t worry. The pleasant, experienced waitresses will steer you in the proper direction.
Czech-Tex Restaurant: Snook, Texas
Like Chicago, south-central Texas also has a large Czech heritage community. The little town of Snook, about ten miles from College Station, boasts Czech-Tex, a kind of combination barbecue and an old-world place that dished up traditional dishes to your heart’s content. Every day, you will find the chicken and dumpling special on the menu. Pot roast, grilled pork chops, and smoked prime rib are other favorites.
Are you hungry yet? If so, head to one of these authentic Czech-style restaurants for traditional central European-style food in a warm and friendly atmosphere.