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Cafés & Restaurants – Yummy Vienna

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Vienna has an international reputation for its food, coffee and beer

Café Drechsler – Traditional Coffee House Meets New Design

Viennese love their coffee houses. Not only to drink real good coffee, but also to just sit somewhere, let time pass by, chat with friends or ponder about the meaning of life as so many famous Viennese artists, philosophers or doctors have done before (for example Ernst Freud, Arthur Schnitzler or Hugo von Hofmannsthal). The Café Drechsler is right next to the Naschmarkt and has been one of those famous institutions since 1919, but recently got a modern twist to it. If you’re not sure what to order, try going with a Melange (coffee with milk) and one of the delicious deserts you can pick from the display desk.

www.cafedrechsler.at
Giradigasse 1, 1060 Vienna
Phone: +43 (0)1 581 20 44
Opening hours: Sun-Thu: 08:00-24:00, Fri-Sat: 08:00-02:00
U-Bahn: Kettenbrückengasse oder Karlsplatz
Free wifi!

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Pizza Maria – Not Your Everyday Pizza Place

Expect a simple interior design from the 50ies, a short menu with pizza only and two charming Italian pizza chefs. All pizzas are with high end products, eg local prochuitto from the Burgenland, fresh tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella and fresh basil leaves. It however does get crowded here, especially on weekends, but takeaways are always an option.

www.pizzamari.at
Leopoldsgasse 23a, 1020 Wien
Phone: +43 (0)676 6874994
Opening hours: Tue-Fri: 12:00-24:00, Sat: 12:00-24:00
U-Bahn: Taborstrasse (U2), walking distance from Meininger Sissi and Franz Hotel

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Schöne Perle – Viennese Specialites and Vegetarian Dishes

You probably have heard of the famous Viennese Sacher chocolate cake, but have you heard of the Susi Torte? A delicious cake made of pure Lindt chocolate well worth the trip. Be aware, it’s highly addictive. The menu also offers fine Viennese cuisine, such as Wiener Schnitzel, Tafelspitz and a great selection of vegetarian dishes. The restaurant is decorated in traditional way with a modern twist to it and there is an extra room for smokers as well.

www.schoene-perle.at
On the corner of Große Pfarrgasse / Leopoldgasse, 1020 Vienna
Opening hours: Mon – Fri: 12:00-23:00, Sat-Sun: 10:00-23:00
Phone: +43 (0)664 2433593
U-Bahn: Taborstrasse (U2), walking distance from Meininger Sissi and Franz Hotel

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Salm Bräu – Hearty Food And Beer Until You Drop

Numerous homemade beer specialties and traditional Viennese dishes just like the famous Wiener Schnitzel, Tafelspitz (boiled beef in broth with horseradish and side dishes) or apple strudel with a Melange (coffee with milk). If you feel like a walk after having eaten here we can recommend the attached park of the Schloss Belvedere. It’s beautiful to walk around and you could even pop in the museum and pay Gustav Klimt’s most famous painting “The Kiss” a visit.

The Salm Bräu also takes reservations from larger groups up to 120 people in their cosy wine cellar. You can even order buffet.

www.salmbraeu.com
Rennweg 8, 1030 Vienna
Phone: +43 (0)1 7995992
Opening Hours: daily 11:00-24:00
Tram-Stop: Unteres Belvedere, Line 71

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All of that in a walking distance from our hotels in the center of Vienna!

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