Vienna-Food and entertainment

Food and Entertainment
SALSA XII Sesquiannual Conference 2019

Lunch

The WMW and the KHM both have restaurants where you can enjoy your lunch break in a rather imperial atmosphere. As they may be crowded, we can also recommend places in walking distance to the museums. They all offer lunch menus (also vegetarian) costing between 8 and 12 Euros:

At the subway station Volkstheaterthere is a bakery selling sandwiches and hot and cold drinks as well as a Turkish snack bar. The Museumsquartier also has many good lunch options.

Dinner and entertainment

Vienna offers a great variety of cuisines and places to dine. If you are looking for something special, take the tram D from Volkstheater in the direction Nussdorf  to the final stop. If you walk up the street to the left for a short while, you will find the typically Austrian Heurigen: these are wineries with restaurants offering homemade wine. Try the Gemischter Satz.

If you want to eat the famous Wiener Schnitzel, we can recommend the restaurant Figlmüller. It is a nice 15 minutes’ walk away from the WMW. Make a reservation or you will have to queue. A lively square with 4 restaurants, away from the tourist stream, is the Radetzkyplatz in the 3rd district, close to the Hundertwasserhaus. Take the tram 1 in the direction Prater Haupthalleand get off at Radetzkyplatz.

In summer, the banks of the Danube channel between the 1st and 2nd district is a popular place for locals and tourists alike. On the bank in the 2nd district you can find a variety of riverside restaurants. You can also buy some sandwiches and a bottle of wine and take a seat at the quay wall. Here it is allowed to consume alcohol in public. A visit to the amusement park Praterin the 2nd district is also exciting. Take a spin on the Giant Ferris Wheel (Wienerriesenrad) constructed in 1897, or drink a beer at the Schweizer Haus, founded in 1766.

wienerriesenrad

Das Wiener RIESENRAD im Prater (www.wienerriesenrad.com)


–Carlos D. Londoño Sulkin (SALSA President 2017-2020), Jeremy M. Campbell (SALSA President-Elect 2020-2023), Laura Zanotti (Secretary-Treasurer 2017-2020), Claudia Augustat (SALSA 2019 Conference Organizer), Juan Alvaro Echeverri (SALSA 2019 Academic Program Chair), Glenn Shepard (SALSA Webmaster).


Please send all email communications referring to Vienna, lodging, transportation and the Conference venue to: Claudia.Augustat@weltmuseumwien.at