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Don’t miss this rustic wine spot on the main drag...
Identified by a slender spire, Feldkirch’s cathedral has a large, forbidding interior complemented by late-Gothic features and dazzling stained glass...
The kitchen of this restaurant and bar serves pasta, pizza and international dishes that are so good that during peak periods you might need to reserve ahead...
This small wine bar has an informal, relaxed atmosphere and courtyard seating, making it an ideal place to enjoy a Schilcher Sekt (sparkling Schilcher rosé; €22) with mixed antipasti (€11)...
Delicious falafels, hummus and salads are the keys to Maschu Maschu’s success...
Easily the most atmospheric of all the budget restaurants in the region, this Italo-Austrian place has cosy indoor seating and outdoor tables alongside a gurgling brook; the pizza is great, and there’s ten-pin bowlin...
Book ahead for a courtyard table on weekend summer evenings in this trattoria situated in a lovely courtyard. It has a broad range of seafood dishes, excellent pizzas and a selection of Argentinian steaks.
Reserve several months ahead for a Friday table, or a week or two ahead on other days for a meal in this celebrated restaurant. The focus is on finely prepared seasonal dishes based on fresh fish and meats.
This relaxed Italian restaurant by the lake has eat-in (inside or in the garden) and takeaway food. The bar-disco downstairs, the Zwolfer Alm Bar (open from 9pm from Thursday to Sunday) hosts lots of events.
Set in high pastures, this woodsy 400-year-old chalet is the kind of place where you pray for a snow blizzard, so you can huddle around the fire and tuck into Schlutzkropf’n (fresh pasta filled with cheese).
One of the best gourmet acts in town, the Salzbaron is perched alongside the lake inside the Seehotel Grüner Baum and serves a seasonal pan-European menu; local trout features strongly in summer.
Combining an atrium with a deck area and a beach bar extending over the water for summer sipping, this lakeside bar is easily Millstatt's best drinking venue. It opens from 10am in many months.
North of the Rathausplatz lies the 12th-century Pfarrkirche, a Gothic church later remodelled in baroque style and with an altar (dating from 1678) by the sculptor Thomas Schwanthaler (1634–1707).
This small place serves delicious fish from the Millstätter See and the Weissensee, including smoked trout the owners will pack for a picnic. Grab a bread roll from the bakery across the street.
This wood-panelled American-style bar is a legend in Vienna, retaining some of its original furnishings from the 1930s and complete with a separate cigar and smoker's lounge.
Exil is a laid-back but smoky alternative bar with outdoor seating and a couple of turntables for Friday and Saturday nights. On busy nights the crowd spills onto the street.
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