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Don’t miss this rustic wine spot on the main drag...
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Combining quality wines (about 80% are reds) with a sleek architectural setting. Bus 228 drops you very close; the tram runs until late. See the website for opening times.
Set among trees with a yard for outside eating and drinking, this Heuriger (wine tavern) crosses the culinary line to serve pizza as well as light wine tavern meals with wine.
Slightly upmarket edge with a gargantuan buffet, filling a mainly older crowd with a sensational selection of salads, meats and sweets.
With the spread of vineyards rising over Bisamberg hill in full view from its large garden, Schilling attracts many on warm evenings.
Blink and you’ll think you’ve time-travelled at this simple Heuriger with sassy staff and a ceramic oven in the centre of the room.
Caters to tour groups but retains an authentic air. Beethoven lived here in 1817. There's a children’s play area and live music from 7pm.
Supermarkets are plentiful throughout the city; there’s a Billa , a Eurospar and a Spar is located in the Hauptbahnhof .
Sweet tooths shouldn’t miss Café Maria/Schaubackstube Krenn , a hot tip for Austria’s best Schaumrollen (cream pastry).
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