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Or a visit to Merchants on Main will help you find that perfect gift.Check out The Refinery (which also has locations in St.

Lau’s Czech Bakery has a number of authentic Czech offerings, along with more traditional cafe menu items.Just on the edge of town is Ettlin’s Cafe, which has the aforementioned vomacka and kolachy, as well as a Czech breakfast (with specialty sausage from local purveyor Odenthal Meats), and a darned good rendition of Scotch eggs, among many other items.If you’re in the mood for something else, you could always mosey on over to the Pioneer Saloon for some good bar food and beer.Or for something simpler, Patty’s Place has lunch items, homebaked treats, and coffee drinks and ice cream. New Prague even has its own winery on the main drag: Prairie Pond Winery, home of several local wines as well as a solid menu of food accompaniments. The majestic Saint Wenceslaus Church is worth a view, and for planning ahead, note that the church has a big annual festival, open to the public, coming up on Aug. You can’t go wrong with festival food and a polka Mass. From the beautiful glass star built into the floor of the first-floor rotunda, which symbolizes Minnesota’s claim to being the North Star State, to the gorgeous, meticulously detailed dome, everything is bright and clean and worthy of taking your time.

Even though the rotunda is open to the dome, the view changes depending on your altitude.

While there are festivals year-round across the state, summer is really prime time.

The following is just a sample of what’s going on in June.

Vintique has a wide-ranging variety of vintage jewelry, antiques and estate items, and numerous quirky gifts and decor pieces.

Mosaic on Main offers new gift, as well as bridal registry.

It’s a unique food store focused on local and organic foods, and has options from many of the farms surrounding New Prague.