Cosmopolitan maitre Fabio Giacobello offers high class Mediterranean cuisine in a fashionable, mostly black but artfully lit environment. This comes from its fashion conscious clients and from walls of glass that seem to bring the visual details of Vienna
The Vincent is awarded with 3 Gault Millau toques. It offers creatively inspired local cuisine, seafood and international specialties.
Daily on the menu of Vienna's beef paradise are around a dozen boiled beef specialties from Schulterscherzl to Tafelspitz. Though particularly famous for its beef dishes, Plachutta has become a bastion for a range of traditional Viennese food.
If you want to sample real Austrian food in a traditional "keller" atmosphere, then this is the place. Some tables are made of wine barrels and the waiters are dressed in lederhosen.
Enjoy traditional Austrian dishes with a modern flavour. The owner, Mrs Schimanszky, is a dynamic lady who does all the cooking herself. Give her an idea of your personal taste and see what she comes up with.
The charm of this legendary literary cafe, frequented for example by poet Peter Altenberg around 1900, makes a visit to the cafe a unique experience. A cozy atmosphere, homemade cakes and pastries are all good reasons to stop by.
Ever since it opened in 1861, this cafe has been equally popular with the Viennese and visitors to the Austrian capital. Enjoy a chat in this old Ring Boulevard cafe over traditional coffee specialties, delicious cakes and pastries, and mouth watering Vie
The Sky Bar has a top floor location right on Kaerntner Strasse with glass walls along the length of the bar, giving sweeping views over the city. It is the place to go if you want to be seen. Also, you can enjoy live music ranging from piano to soul. Adj
Officially called the "American Bar", but known to locals and design lovers around the world as the "Loos Bar", this drinking spot was built in 1908 by Adolf Loos, a pioneer of modern architecture. On most evenings, young media and arty types squeeze in t
Located on the upscale Kohlmarkt shopping street and just behind the Hofburg, Demel was once the Imperial and Royal Court Bakery. Since the fall of the Austrian empire, Demel has continued to produce world class baked goods, and is a must see for anyone w