We are happy to invite you to visit Pakruojis Manor inn TRAKTIERIUS and offer you to taste the dishes of culinary heritage of the North Lithuania, several kinds of regional homemade beer, brewed according to the ancient brewery traditions and taste dishes made with beer.
We would like to invite you to a cozy, fulfilling and delicious GRILL DINNER!
The Baron himself selected the finest animals from the herd to be butchered and served to the abundant
dinner table this Saturday. Here you will get to enjoy grilled rabbit, lamb, beef, pork, and chicken or other
meat, as well as soup/stew, various garnishes (boiled, fresh, pickled and marinated vegetables) and
multiple sauces. True gourmet food lovers will have an opportunity to taste expensive delicacy made by
the chef of the manor.
Hospitable and abundant table, full of delicious dishes welcomes everyone – both gourmet meat lovers
and vegans (assorted organic vegetables harvested straight from the Doctors’ garden)!
The best part – you can taste and eat anything you like as much as you want!
Start 18:00 o’clock at Traktierius inn.
Price - 15 Eur per person. The drinks are not included in this price.
Pre-registration is required: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 865749700.
Information, reservations and booking:
TRAKTIERIUS working hours:
I – CLOSED
II – CLOSED
III – CLOSED
IV – CLOSED
V – 12:00 – 22:00
VI – 12:00 – 22:00
VII - 12:00 – 20:00
Inns have been established since the end of the 14th century in Lithuania. Beer, mead and vodka have been sold there. According to the data of the 16th century, there were 364 beer inns, 40 mead inns, 71 vodka inn, 726 yards. Taking into account illegal inns, figures would be higher. Inns have been very popular in those times because peasants couldn‘t produce alcoholic drinks at home. Inns have been also established near abbeys, noblemen‘s dominions, manors or villages.