Vienna, Austria is a beautiful place that I recommend everyone visits at least once. The food, culture, and overall experience in Vienna is truly unlike no other. Filled with beauty and history behind every turn, Vienna is a fabulous tourist destination. Continue reading below as I list off my favorite spots for my Vienna Dining Guide For the Travel Foodie.
The Leopold Cafe and Bar is a large and extremely popular restaurant and bar in Vienna. It serves delicious European fare like schnitzel and strudel. This spot is has both beautiful interior design, and well as a lovely patio with an amazing view.
Cafe Leopold has a huge variety on their menu, there surely is something for everyone and this popular spot.
If you love handmade desserts, Demel is a must when visiting Vienna. They have been serving their specialties at the Demel since 1888. Whether coffee or hot chocolate, the famous Doboscake, tempting cream slices, tea biscuits, ring cakes or strudel everything on the menu is absolutely divine.
What’s better than enjoying delicious sweets and pastries inside Demel with their beautiful interior design?
Besides the fact that Fischer Brau brews a new beer every four to six weeks, this place is another very popular spot in Vienna. The beer lovers will love their handcrafted beer that pairs perfectly with their wienerschnitzel. Interested in beers closer to home? Check out my blog post on the Best California Beers I Adore here.
Julius Meinl Wine Bar
The Julius Meinl Wine Bar is practically hidden underground the beloved coffee shop, with a wide selection for you to choose. The Wine Bar also has plenty of choices for food to combine with your wine. I’m a huge fan of Wine Bars, especially in Europe. Check out my visit to the Fabulous Le Wine Bar in Reims, France here.
Plachutta Zur Oper
Combining the Vienna tradition with a modern touch, Plachutta Zur Oper is one of the most impressive restaurants. Great drinks with great food and fantastic service. What more could a girl want? The smart and contemporary cooking creates a classic experience for anyone wanting the Vienna adventure.
If you’re a chocolate lover like I am, Xocolat will be heaven on earth for you. Hand-crafted truffles and chocolate, equally beautiful as it is delicious. Nothing compares to this rich chocolate that is produced here in Vienna. Xocolat is a must see, and taste, when visiting Austria.
Zum Schwarzen Kameel
Reflecting and embracing the past tradition of Vienna, Zum Schwarzen Kameel is worth the credit it is given. It’s a lovely, classic spot in the city that is known for the traditional Viennese cuisine. This is one of Vienna’s oldest and trendiest restaurants, so be sure to check it out!