Restaurants in Austria

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Part of Hotel Sacher Wien, Rote Bar has a more relaxed, yet still luxurious, dining experience than its sister restaurant, the Anna Sacher. The Rote has... Read More

Austria's first "pharmacy restaurant" opened in November 2006 under the moniker Saint Charles Alimentary. Located in the Mariahilf district of Vienna... Read More

This 1950s-era iconic Austrian gasthaus is known for traditional fare (think schnitzel and kalbsbutterschnitzel, or veal-butter schnitzel) and... Read More

This Michelin two-starred restaurant in the Palais Coburg has a futuristic dining room, some of the most adventurous gastronomy in Vienna, and an... Read More

One of the Second District’s most celebrated new restaurants is this former gasthaus, where the stark white walls and ceiling are scribbled on with... Read More

The food here is exceptional, especially the headcheese and clear beef broth with crêpe slivers. The trouble is everybody who works there knows it... Read More

Heinz Reitbauer’s restaurant in Stadtpark is a high-gastronomy play on traditional Austrian cuisine, with a rotating seasonal menu. Try the local trout... Read More

The Scene: Opened in 2007 in a residential Vienna neighborhood near Schönbrunn Castle, this hidden private home restaurant is a dream realized for... Read More

Travelers hurrying through a visit to Zoo Vienna might easily miss the 1722 farmhouse that houses what is arguably the best restaurant in the zoo. The... Read More

Well-loved by locals and tourists alike, Trzesniewski is a marvelous slice of mid-20th-century Vienna (the crisp uniforms of the women behind the... Read More

Vestibül was famously carved out of the emperor's own formal dining room. Tucked in a glorious space beneath the Burgtheater, it serves updated Austrian... Read More

The most central and handsome location of this design-centric mini-chain combines a bar, acres of retail space, and a restaurant where delicious... Read More

Crowds descend upon Gordon Bukovcan's cozy wine bar throughout the day. After all, the bar is on the lower level of renowned Julius Meinl gourmet... Read More

Wrenkh (lunch for two $40), a wood-paneled place with a busy sidewalk annex, serves light, creative foods sourced from the Naschmarkt, like local... Read More

This tiny spot off the Karmelitermarkt in the Second District offers Hamburg-style smoked fish eaten tapas-style. That might mean scrambled eggs on... Read More

In a hidden corner of the First District, Zum Finsteren Stern specializes in updated regional classics such as tender chicken breast with parsnip-beet... Read More

First established in 1618, the building you see now is from the turn of the 20th century—a treasure from the Jugendstil Modernist art movement. While... Read More

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