About Vienna

Heurigen & Inns

Viennese Vine Taverns Viennese Cuisine – Restaurants
Viennese Beer Pubs  

Viennese Vine Taverns

Drinking wine has become a tradition in Austria. Therefore there are many different wine growing areas, producing varying sorts of wine. The wine is consumed in wine taverns, called Heuriger that are run by winemakers who do not only offer wine but also food, which you fetch from a buffet yourself. A very common drink is the G’spritzer, a mixture of wine and mineral water. If you come to Vienna you should definitely go to a Heuriger to experience this unique flair.

  • Hengel-Haselbrunner Iglaseegasse 10, 1190 Vienna
  • Kierlinger Kahlenberger Str. 20, 1190 Vienna
  • Mayer am Pfarrplatz Pfarrplatz 2, 1190 Vienna
  • Reinprecht Cobenzlgasse 22, 1190 Vienna
  • Zimmermann Mitterwurzergasse 20, 1190 Vienna
  • Wieninger Stammersdorfer Str. 78 , 1210 Vienna

Viennese Beer Pubs

Vienna also posesses a very long beer brewing tradition. The laws for brewing beer are very strict, guaranteeing the consumer and lover of beer a product of quality made out of absolutely fresh and natural ingredients. Viennese beer is very smooth and not as tangy as beer from other nations and is a very common drink, when you order Wienerschnitzel or Tafelspitz. Apart from typical beer places, you can find a wide range of Micro Breweries, with adjacent pubs throughout the city of Vienna.
  • Fischer Bräu Billrothstrasse 17, 1190 Vienna
  • Gösser Bierklinik Steindlgasse 4, 1010 Vienna
  • Plutzer Bräu Schrankgasse 2, 1070 Wien
  • Salm Bräu Rennweg 8, 1030 Vienna
  • Universitäts Bräu Altes AKH, 1. Hof, Alserstrasse 4, 1090 Vienna
  • Wieden Bräu Waaggasse 5, 1040 Vienna

Viennese Cuisine – Restaurants

Vienna used to be the capital of a multinational state and was a glazing pot for different national traditions. The best and most tasty proof is the menu of a traditional restaurant offering Viennese Cuisine. You will find a mixture of Hungarian, Bohemian and Austrian dishes, like goulash, different kinds of beef and veal and sweet dessert, often served as main dishes. The best place to get hold of Viennese Cuisine are so called Beisls, a term that used to describe a cheap low class eating facility. Nowadays the gradation of a Beisl refers to a small restaurant around the corner as well as a high class noble restaurant.
  • Plachutta Wollzeile 38, 1010 Vienna
  • Seidl Ungargasse 63 , 1030 Vienna
  • Gr├╝nauer Herrmanngasse 32 , 1070 Vienna
  • Schweizerhaus Prater, Strasse des 1.Mai 116, 1020 Vienna
  • Meixner Buchengasse 64, 1100 Vienna
  • G├Âttweiger Stiftskeller Spiegelgasse 9, 1010 Vienna
  • Zum Alten Fassl Ziegelofengasse 37, 1050 Vienna
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