Rote Bar im Sacher An evening at the Rote Bar is the culinary highlight of any opera visit. It tempts with classic Viennese cuisine accompanied by an extensive international and regional wine selection.
Griechenbeisl Right near Stephansplatz you will find Vienna’s oldest restaurant (since with its vaulted dining rooms and a shady garden. The ideal setting to try the local traditional Viennese cuisine.
Not far away is Gasthaus Wolf. It is a 'beisl', as it is written in the book, with excellent Viennese cuisine and a pretty bar out front. In the guest room, a cozy atmosphere is created by old Resopal tables and green paneling.
Slightly more sophisticated is the Dom Beisl by St. Stephen's Cathedral, which has served refined French-Viennese-Mediterranean cuisine under Harald Riedl since summer
Österreicher im MAK “Viennese cuisine as it always used to be” is the watchword here. This restaurant remains true to the essence of Viennese cuisine, which is among the bestknown in the world. Savor traditional dishes that have their origins in the days of the empire.
Zum Schwarzen Kameel A Viennese institution with a long tradition and excellent quality. Countless artists and well-known personalities have been guests here. The restaurant focuses on fine Viennese tradition. The sandwiches are also legendary.
Bastei Beisl US President Jimmy Carter was one of the many who has enjoyed the Austrian tidbits and the cozy atmosphere at this bistro, with its charming tiled stove, wood paneling, old vaulted ceiling and a sidewalk café in summer.