Snacks for the little ones between the Haus der Musik and Belvedere

Culture whets the appetite

Child-friendly restaurants near the Haus der Musik, Vienna’s Konzerthaus and the Belvedere are few and far between but there are some: Burger, Donuts and Co await you. 


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    TGI Friday's

    Very close to the Hotel Astoria, the US chain offers steaks and burgers as well as enchiladas and fajitas. In the "Thank God it's Friday", every day is a Friday according to the restaurant. The menus are therefore also designed in a holiday spirit and are not for anyone who is only "a little bit" hungry.

    TGI Friday's
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    You can taste the "Austrian Way of Donuts" not far from the Hotel Astoria and right next to the Haus der Musik. The doughnuts, which come in Austrian flavours like poppyseed and prune jam or and pumpkin seed, are filled and very satisfying! There is nowhere to sit down but the atmosphere is nice and casual. 


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