Wining, Dining & Shopping in Vienna

Enjoy Vienna to the fullest: indulging in the sweet life at coffee shops and wine taverns, or while exploring the Viennese cuisine, markets and local brands.
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Vienna's winter holds a special charm wrapped in frosty mornings and cozy evenings. When the cold sets in, the city's coffeehouses become sanctuaries of warmth and aroma. From historic venues steeped in tradition to modern cafes exuding comfort, explore a curated list of Vienna's finest spots for that perfect cup of joe. ❄️
Discover Lukas Mraz's innovative twist on Viennese strudel at Meierei restaurant. Explore unconventional flavors like Armenian cucumber, sweet chili sauce, lime, and more. From sweet to savory, experience unique fillings including meat, offal, and blood sausage in this exciting exploration of Vienna's culinary traditions. 💫💡🍗
From crispy Wiener Schnitzel to even breaded Goulash, Vienna's love for breading knows no bounds. Join Lukas Mraz and special guest Elif Oskan as they explore this culinary journey. You won't believe how many times Elif says 'Wow' in amazement! Get ready for a mouthwatering experience. 🍽️🤩

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Top 5 Must-Try Bars in Vienna: Where to Sip & Socialize 🍹🌟
Vienna's nightlife is calling! From rooftop views to hidden speakeasies, check out our top 5 bars you can't miss. Grab your friends, enjoy innovative cocktails, and experience Vienna's vibrant bar scene. Perfect for a night out or a chic cocktail hour! 🌆🍸
Great coffeehouses for cold winter days in Vienna
Vienna's winter holds a special charm wrapped in frosty mornings and cozy evenings. When the cold sets in, the city's coffeehouses become sanctuaries of warmth and aroma. From historic venues steeped in tradition to modern cafes exuding comfort, explore a curated list of Vienna's finest spots for that perfect cup of joe. ❄️
Vienna's Ultimate Strudel Tour
Discover Lukas Mraz's innovative twist on Viennese strudel at Meierei restaurant. Explore unconventional flavors like Armenian cucumber, sweet chili sauce, lime, and more. From sweet to savory, experience unique fillings including meat, offal, and blood sausage in this exciting exploration of Vienna's culinary traditions. 💫💡🍗
Shopping in Vienna
Explore the Graben, one of the most popular shopping streets in Vienna, where traditional enterprises can be found cheek to cheek with modern shopping temples. 💫
Beyond Schnitzel: everything fried 🍗
From crispy Wiener Schnitzel to even breaded Goulash, Vienna's love for breading knows no bounds. Join Lukas Mraz and special guest Elif Oskan as they explore this culinary journey. You won't believe how many times Elif says 'Wow' in amazement! Get ready for a mouthwatering experience. 🍽️🤩
Enjoy breakfast in Vienna
Start your day right in Vienna's vibrant breakfast scene! From charming coffeehouses to trendy brunch spots, explore the city's morning culinary treasures with us. Savor every bite of Vienna's breakfast culture. 🌞🥖
Ponykarussell in Vienna
Have you ever had breakfast at an old carousel? This striking former pony carousel dating back to 1887 was a star attraction for children at the Prater amusement park for many years. Today, breakfast is a big highlight on the menu, with vegan options also available. 💞 When will you come by?
Ponykarussell in Vienna
Have you ever had breakfast at an old carousel? This striking former pony carousel dating back to 1887 was a star attraction for children at the Prater amusement park for many years. Today, breakfast is a big highlight on the menu, with vegan options also available. 💞 When will you come by?
How about coffee at instagrammable Ponykarussell?
Chocolate Walnut Pancakes, Palatschinken
Palatschinken (pancakes) have always been an important part of Viennese cuisine. If you are looking for a delicious alternative to jam or curd cheese fillings, try these irresistible chocolate-walnut-pancakes!
Apricot Dumplings (Marillenknoedel), sweet Austrian dish
This sweet Austrian dish can be served as a main course or a dessert. The typical Wachau apricots suit the best.
Original Viennese Apple Strudel
The ingredients you need and how to make it: The ultimative recipe for an original Viennese Apfelstrudel (Apple Strudel). 🍎🇦🇹 © UNIT
Viennese Goulash
Originally, goulash was the dish of Hungarian sheperds. At the beginning of the 19th century, however, the peppery meat dish found its way into the Viennese cuisine and developed many variations like the Esterházy goulash or the Fiaker goulash.
Buchteln – Baked Yeast Buns with Vanilla Sauce
Viennese desserts have multi-cultural origins. The “Buchtel” (yeast bun) for example comes from the Czech-Bohemian cuisine, where it is known as "buchtičky".
Martini Goose (Martini Gansl)
Sacher Cake (Sachertorte): a taste of Vienna
In 1832, Prince Metternich asked his court kitchen to create a special dessert for a reception. Due to the illness of the chef, it fell to the 16-year-old apprentice Franz Sacher (1816-1907) to dream something up: and thus the Original Sacher-Torte, now famous all over the world, was born ...
Kaiserschmarren: one of the most popular Austrian sweets
Kaiserschmarren is prepared from pancake dough and – besides the Sacher Cake – one of the most popular sweets of the Viennese cuisine. Enjoy this imperial Viennese delicacy!
Enjoy Viennese Coffeehouse culture!
The Viennese coffee house is known around the globe for its informal pleasantness, as an oasis of "Gemütlichkeit". Gugelhupf, Sachertorte, and many other tarts and cakes seduce with the promise of sweet pleasure. ©Wien Tourismus
Krautfleckerl – Austrian pasta with caramelized cabbage
This Viennese speciality originally comes – like so much of Viennese cuisine – from Bohemia. According to an anecdote of Viennese writer Friederich Torberg, Krautfleckerl are at its best when there is slightly less to serve than hungry guests could consume…
Viennese Frittaten Soup
The word „frittata“ originates from Italy and means – literally translated – „something that is baked in oil“. Until the 19th century in Vienna the word was used to denote Palatschinken (crêpes) in general.
Curd Cheese Crepes, Palatschinken, Pancakes
The history of the “Palatschinke” started in Roman times. The Romans called it “placenta”, which means cake. After having passed Hungarian and Slovakian regions, the “palacinka” finally reached Austria. Viennese cuisine has been using the term “Palatschinke” in cook books since the 19th century. The "Palatschinke" has managed to become one of the most delicious desserts of the Viennese cuisine and it tastes best with a curd cheese filling. Enjoy!
Egg Dumplings (Eiernockerl): we have the recipe for you!
This Viennese delicacy is generally served with salad. Getting hungry? Happy cooking!
Marbled Gugelhupf (Marmorgugelhupf), marble bundt cake
Marmorgugelhupf (marble bundt cake) is a traditional Viennese pastry. The name can be traced back to the Middle High German word “gugel” (hood) which describes the shape of this Viennese delicacy with beautiful marbling. During the period of Biedermeier the Gugelhupf went on its journey around the world, starting off in Vienna. Today, it is served at any time of day with coffee and tea. Emperor Franz Joseph loved the Marmorgugelhupf even for breakfast.
Apple Strudel (Apfelstrudel)
In Vienna, there is disagreement about whether the apple strudel filling should be prepared with or without crumbs. Even though the famous Hotel Sacher supposedly resolved this issue once and for all, the debate continues. You will have to see for yourself which version of this Viennese delicacy you like better!
Semolina Dumpling Soup
Semolina is very often used in the Viennese cuisine. But what exactly is semolina? In fact, it is crushed flour. With the fine-grained mass exquisite dishes and side dishes can be created. Besides semolina pudding and semolina omelet foremostly the semolina dumplings are a popular Viennese delicacy. The best way to enjoy them is in combination with a tasty Viennese beef soup with carrots and celery. Enjoy your meal!
Wiener Schnitzel – the Austrian national dish par excellence
The Wiener Schnitzel - a breaded and fried veal escalope. Recipes for this delicacy can be found in Viennese cook books dating back to the 18th century. Today it is the Austrian national dish par excellence, world famous and always delicious.
Traditional vineyards in Vienna
Vienna is surrounded by beautiful rolling hills with grapes - Vienna's vineyards are famous!❤🍇 In autumn, the wineries, called "Heurige", are hotspots in Vienna. They serve traditional Austrian food and local wines; mostly white wines like Grüner Veltliner or Gemischter Satz. Prost!
International food booths next to traditional Viennese restaurants, fresh veggies next to Manner chocolate and an amazing Saturday flea market - all of this is the famous Naschmarkt in Vienna. A combination of hip street food market and historic architecture. Street, Travel, Vintage, Best, Street View, Scenes, Visiting
Why Saturday is the best day to visit the Naschmarkt in Vienna
The Naschmarkt in Vienna is perfect mix of a hip street food market with international cuisine and historic Vienna with traditional restaurants and local food booths and wine shops. ❤ Every Saturday, the street market is extended by a flea market. It became a cult event in Vienna and a must-visit for everyone. Here you can get vintage furniture, second hand clothes, old books and records.
The top 6 vineyards in Vienna to enjoy wine and savory delicacies from Viennese cuisine Wine And Dine, Food And Drink, Wine, Tavern
Top places to wine & dine in Vienna's vineyards.
The top 6 vineyards in Vienna to enjoy wine and savory delicacies from Viennese cuisine
French flair in the Servitenviertel