Designed in 1899 by Adolf Loos, this kaffeehaus was frequented by Klimt, Schiele
and Kokoschka, among other Secessionist artists,
whose headquarters (today a museum) was just
across the street.
Museum Platz 1, Kunsthalle
The restaurant/café inside the Kunsthalle
serves a changing menu of thoughtfully prepared
seafood and meat delights, salads and homemade
& Co Albertina
A great refuge from looking at great art, this
eatery on the roof of the Albertina serves up
nouveau Austrian cuisine and sushi.
Flavorful upscale Italian fare served in ultra-stylish setting.
Though Vienna is crammed with gorgeous coffee
houses and you can hardly go wrong with any of them, Frauenhuber
is a great place to relax your cobble-weary
feet in the Inner Stadt.
Breitegasse 4, Museum Platz 1
Located in the hip MuseumsQuartier, this stark
yet chic restaurant serves modernized versions
of Viennese cuisine.
The King of Hungary, housed in the hotel of
the same name, serves up meat and seafood dishes
to a regular clientele (both locals and visitors).
OMAR absinth bar & lounge
Lange Gasse 69
Cocktails and absinthe—it’s a potent combination that will either cure you or kill you!
Enjoy great Thai and Vietnamese cuisine in a
chic and trendy atmosphere. The downstairs bar
is a great spot for beautiful people watching.
This super chic hotel restaurant has a French-influenced
pan-Asian menu created by French chef Michel
Rostang. The self-coined cuisine is called “Mondiale”
and is hardly cutting-edge enough to deserve
its own name, but it’s tasty.
This renowned eatery serves haute cuisine from
the rural Austrian region of Styria. The menu
Contemporary style and meatless dining prove that vegetarianism is fun and healthy; you can even take a cooking class at their studio next door.
Beethoven used to send his servant here for
ham. Need we say more? This ancient restaurant,
located in the Inner Stadt, is outfitted in
Art Deco and serves upscale, yet traditional