On a culinary trip of discovery

What foodies love

Austria’s second largest city has an impressive great culinary offer, hip restaurants which still invite you to relax, and coffee, which is still unique in Austria.


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    Kunsthauscafé Graz

    The Kunsthauscafe is packed with hipsters, burger fans, vegans and night owls in an urban atmosphere. The location has been re-opened since 14 February 2018 - with double the space and a chic show kitchen.

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    Schmidhofer im Palais

    It is rumored that the award-winning chef Herbert Schmidhofer created the signature dish, the beef tatar torte, especially for Vladimir Putin's visit to Austria in 1999 . If you want to dine like a president, then the Sackstraße in Graz is the right place.

    ©Schmidhofer im Palais
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    Die Graslerei

    The Graslerei has been blowing a breath of Amsterdam through Graz since December 2017. Because: in addition to coffee, tea and pastries, Austria's first coffee shop also sells legal, EU-certified CBD cannabis.

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    Das Gramm

    Unprepared food is sold here according to weight. However you can also fill your stomach in the shop. Unsold food does not end up in the rubbish bin but in the saucepan.

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    Skybar Schlossberg

    If you want to combine the obligatory visit to the Schlossberg with a delicious brunch or a round of cocktails, you have the best view over the roofs of the old town of Graz from the 464-metre high Skybar.

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Sport, art, culture & co 

The federal capital in the green heart of Austria is a student city – that’s why you can turn night into day in one of the clubs or go shopping for cool streetwear. But Graz also offers plenty of action for all age groups.

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