The Architekturzentrum Wien (Vienna Architecture Centre) collectively encompasses three halls used for temporary exhibitions, a library...
Completed in 1881, the Justizpalast is home to the supreme court. It’s an impressive neo-Renaissance building that – as long as you’re...
The dark basalt edifice and sharp corners of the Museum moderner Kunst (Museum of Modern Art) are a complete contrast to the...
With a seating capacity close to 1000, the Volkstheater is one of Vienna’s largest theatres. Built in 1889, its interior is suitably...
This upbeat cafe-bar housed in the former stables of the emperor’s personal steeds is the most laid-back spot to eat in the...
07, Neustiftgasse 1 · interesting places nearby
Rote Bar information
This marble-, chandelier- and thick-red-velvet-curtain–bedecked space in the nether regions of the Volkstheater is a gorgeous space for cocktails or a glass of wine with antipasti. It hosts regular events, from Wednesday-night performance art sessions to Saturday dance nights with DJs, plus one-offs like Milonga nights where you can try to tango.