Where to eat in Vienna, Austria

Gasthaus Reinthaler,Gluckgasse Street

Gasthaus Reinthaler, on Gluckgasse Street is one of the most typical and simple Viennese restaurants / inns. It is located in the heart of the old town, near Dorotheum. It is open all year long from 9 am to 11 pm, Monday till Friday. You should go there early in the afternoon to make reservations, because it is greatly preferred by the Viennese government officials from the nearby ministries and agencies; It is worth visiting the place.

Gasthaus Reinthaler
Gasthaus Reinthaler

Esterhazykeller, Haarhof

It is one of the most historic restaurants in Vienna, dating back to 1683. An inspirational place for the great composer Joseph Haydn, who was a frequenter and lover of good wine. The wine is still in very good quality and is offered as in 1 / 8 of a liter, in the price of 1.45 Euros. Prices per person are around 10 to 17 Euros, without calculating the wine.

Restaurant Heuriger Esterhazykeller
Restaurant Heuriger Esterhazykeller

Tirolergarten, Tiergarten Schonbrunn

Tyrolean cuisine in a beautiful traditional wooden house, it has this charm of the countryside in the Zoo Schonbrunn and you can access it out of the garden. It is open all year long and you may sit outdoors, from 10 am to 5.30 pm.

Tirolergarten
Tirolergarten

Siebensternbrau, Siebensterngasse 19

It’s basically a pub with a great variety of beers. It is located close to the shops in MariahilferStrasse street and to the large museums. It is open all year long, from 10 am until midnight.

Siebensternbrau
Siebensternbrau

Bastei Beisl, Stubenbastei 10

When the President Jimmy Carter went there and tested the Austrian tidbits, he simply confirmed the excellent reputation and great bistro food. The decor is beautiful and in the summer you can drink your coffee outdoors. It is open all year long, Monday to Friday from 9 to midnight and Saturday from 10 to 3 and from 6 pm until midnight.

Bastei Beisl
Bastei Beisl

Piaristenkeller K. & K. Restaurant & Museum, Piaristengasse 45

A famous historic restaurant developed in an old monastery cellar. It has a great variety of wines and traditional local food. After a special lunch or dinner you can visit the Imperial and Royal treasure of wine, ie the wine museum and the museum of the hats of the Emperor Francis Joseph. It is open all year long from 6 pm until midnight.

Piaristenkeller KK
Piaristenkeller KK

Zum Weissen Rauchfangkehrer, Weihburggasse 4

Located right in the old town, its first owner was Franz Sacher, the creator of the famous Sacher cake. It has a great variety of wines and a delicious traditional cuisine. It is open all year long from Tuesday to Saturday from 6 pm onwards.

By Nikos K

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2 Responses to Where to eat in Vienna, Austria

  1. Another nice post…….thanks for sharing.

    BWI January 23, 2012 at 7:05 am Reply
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    Beatriz January 28, 2012 at 6:02 am Reply

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