Dining with a view over Vienna
You want to experience Vienna from a bird’s eye perspective while also enjoying a delicious coffee or relaxing over dinner at the end of the day? High above the rooftops of Vienna you will experience this beautiful city from a completely different side.
Weingut am Reisenberg
Oberer Reisenbergweg 15, 1190 Vienna
Weingut am Reisenberg puts Vienna you at your feet. At this stylish and idyllic winery you can relax while enjoying the magnificent view over Vienna.
Kahlenbergerstraße 20, 1190 Vienna
Opening Hours: Mon. – Sat., 3:30 p.m. – 12:00 midnight
Heurige Sirbu is a small family winery full of tradition that is located in the middle of the vineyards. An oasis of peace and tranquility with a stunning view over Vienna. The perfect place to stop for a while after a stroll on the Kahlenberg.
Donauturmstraße 4, 1220 Vienna
Opening Hours: Mon. – Sun., 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 midnight
The most famous view of Vienna can be seen from the Danube Tower with its revolving café and restaurant at a height of 160 meters. Enjoy the homemade pastries and Viennese coffee specialties together with the magnificent view over Vienna and the surrounding area.
Kahlenberg – Coffee to go
Josefsdorf 3, 1190 Vienna
This coffee house is located on the Kahlenberg and offers a great view of the city and the Danube. On clear days you can even see all the way to Schneeberg.
Schlosspark Schönbrunn, 1130 Vienna
The former dining room of Emperor Franz Joseph I is now home to the famous Café Gloriette and in addition to typical Viennese coffee house culture also offers a historical atmosphere and a wonderful view of Vienna.
Kärtner Straße 19, 1010 Vienna
The restaurant on the top floor of the Steffl department store with its unique glass construction offers a fantastic view of all the Vienna highlights such as St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the Giant Ferris wheel, Belvedere and the City Hall.
Pragerstraße 1, 1020 Vienna
Situated on the 18th floor, the restaurant is a real hotspot for connoisseurs with a fantastic view of Vienna. St. Stephen’s Cathedral is so close you can almost reach out and touch it.