Business meets sightseeing

Restaurant in the heart of Vienna

Business lunch and sightseeing can be ideally combined in Vienna. One or the other location is a sightseeing attraction per se!


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    The Hansen restaurant is located in one of the most magnificent houses on the Vienna Ring: in the former stock exchange building. The restaurant owes its name to the famous Theophil Hansen. The menu is entitled "Greetings from the kitchen" and a truly beautiful greeting it is. Because the changing menus are really enchanting. Either for a relaxing lunchtime break or a business lunch.

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    The Restaurant Vestibül is located in Vienna's Burgtheater. In the antechambers of the theatre, which give the restaurant its name, the history of the house is combined with delicious cuisine. The lunchtime menus, which change daily, are particularly popular. Whether eating with customers, friends or partners - the Vestibül combines elegant Viennese cuisine with art and ensures an impressive all-round experience.  

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    Named after the first resident of Palais Coburg - Princess Clementine of Orléans  - the Clementine Glasshouse is a popular meeting point, including for business lunches. This is just the right place for anyone who like to meet their business partners in an elegant atmosphere. For example there is a choice of 2- or 3-course menus at lunchtime.  Just right for a business lunch.

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    Meierei im Stadtpark

    The Meierei in the City Park belongs to the top restaurant, Steirereck and is quasi the "little Steirereck". The restaurant serves more than 120 kinds of cheese from around the world.  Classic Viennese dishes can also be found on the menu and the dmenus, which change daily, are particularly popular for business lunches.


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    Recently nominated one of the top 10 restaurants in the world, here you will find creative Austrian cuisine of the highest quality. All dishes are rounded off with herbs and spices and there is an impressive selection of wine, whiskey and cigars.  Especially for international business partners it is a real experience to dine here in the heart of the City Park.


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