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Discover this picturesque district in the heart of Wien out of the touristic routes. Go small and slow, from a knitting club to a cozy bistro
In the heart of the9th district, this neighbourhood is a lively emerging area to hang out and enjoy the flair of Vienna out of the most touristic city centre.
Along the picturesque Servitengasse, a trendy quarter has quietly formed over the past few years, transforming the once quiet street into much more than just an insider tip.
With traditional Beisl (Viennese taverns) next to fusion eateries, crocheting boutiques reviving long forgotten pastimes and old-fashioned delis dedicated to the finer things in life, the Servitenviertel provides a diverse microcosm within Vienna.
This traditional Viennese restaurant serves schnitzel, goulash and all the other hearty stuff that people love about Austrian cuisine. Don’t go all-in during the main course though. Make sure to leave some room for dessert so you can order the Susi-tarte, a to-die-for chocolate cake… but, you might want to schedule an hour at the gym the next day.
Knitting and crocheting is the hot new thing to do in Vienna – and we are not talking about our grandmothers here, but rather young people who are gathering at their wool and thread providers of choice, often located in the hippest districts of the city. Pros don’t just come for a quick in-and-out purchase but rather stay for a workshop or one of the crafting sessions offered at this cozy boutique. After all, nothing is more relaxing than a couple of hours spent knitting in good company when it’s cold and grey outside.
No à la carte choice, only a tasting menu to explore the awarded cuisine of the chef Wolfgang Zankl-Sertl – new Michelin star in 2018. You will answer to questions like: “How big is your appetite?”, “How much time would you like to spend?”, “Is there anything you don’t want to eat?” and then the staff will provide you a tailor-made experience from 65€ up to 76€. The wine list consists of small producers and natural options. An informal atmosphere, cozy ambience, casual fine dining worth a try.
If Brexit voters had paid this shop a visit to marvel at the delicious food and beverages from all over the continent, they might have reconsidered leaving the Union. Whether it’s goose liver, apple cider or exquisite truffle products, this old-timey grocery store carries a broad selection. Don’t count on constant availability of your favourite items though, as many products are seasonal – and with the neighbourhood’s reputation as a foodie-haven, the tastiest stuff sells out quickly.
There is one place you shouldn’t miss in this area if you’re looking for a fancy dinner – with Crème Brûlée, Ossobuco, Uruguayan Rib Eye steak or fried octopus on the menu. The place is completely decked out all in white and caters to international culinary-educated food lovers. With its stylish lounge atmosphere, Porzellan also makes for a classy place to stop by for a drink and share a couple of their tasty appetizers.