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Austria Cafes and Restaurants

Cafes & Restaurants

Augustiner Keller
A different kind of Heurige, the Augustiner Keller bills itself as the Stadtheurige, as it's located right in the middle of town.
True Keller atmosphere is set up with beautiful brick catacombs that seem to go on and on. Playing nice Schrammel music nightly. Located at I Bezirk, Augustinerstraße 1, A-1010 Wien. Tel :(1) 533 10 26.



In addition to coffee, most cafe´s serve ice cream, pastries, beer absolutely, and possibly hot meals. In a proper cafe´ your coffee will arrive with a glass of water, and you'll be welcome to sit around for hours, reading the newspapers provided and perhaps enjoying a few games of Tarok or Schnapsen.
Most cafe´s will offer many different types of coffee. Cafe Hawelka is one of the Bohemian of Viennese cafe´s, the Hawelka is the only restaurant or cafe´ that might take you in a surprise as the surrounding is seedy and run-down.
But it has a certain character; supposedly Trotsky spent a lot of time here. Located at Dorotheergasse 6, Wien. Just a half-block off Graben.


Die Fischerhütte

This restaurant specializes in fresh farm-raised trout from their own ponds.
The menu offers several varieties. The best recommendation in the menu is the Forelle Zigeuner-Art.


Grabner Almhaus

A typical alpine hut. The top of every Austrian mountain has a place to get a beer and a bowl of gulasch. Accomodations are available as well.


Gulasch Museum

Specializing in gulasch of course; their menu is a "catalog" of various gulasches, with full-colored photos and it's descriptions.
This restaurant is located on the right east on Schulerstraße from Stephansdom.



Another nice and decent place, located at Oberlaaer Straße 52, 1100 Wien. Offers a vide selection of cuisines.



A fantastic ice cream place, serving dozens of flavors at the counter as well as ice cream specialties (like Eis Marillonknödel) in the small parlor.
Located at X Bezirk, corner Ettenreichgasse and Davidgasse, Wien, the end of the line at Reumannplatz.


Weinschenke Alischer

Austrians favorite Heurige is located in Simmering. Tranquil, pleasant courtyard and serving good food from all ranges. Reservations are required. Located at XI Bezirk, Kaiser-Ebersdorfer Straße 58, 1110 Wien. Tel :(1) 76 84 84.
How to get there : From Schwarzenbergplatz take the 71 Straßenbahn down Rennweg (which turns into Simmeringer Hauptstraße) to Kaiser-Ebersdorfer Straße.
Walk a few blocks down Kaiser-Ebersdorfer Straße; the Heurige is on the right. Splendid place for relaxation and serenity.



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