Want to make your coffee Irish? Then walk into Onyx Bar. Located on the sixth floor of the beautiful Haashaus, the bar is a trendy place to chat over drinks. The lounge is plush with awesome views from the windows. There are many options and the wait staff is pretty accommodating. The crowd is elite but not stand-offish. Group reservations are a must, since preference is given to hotel guests.
This enormous Irish pub is possibly one of the biggest in the world. Tucked away in the 9th District, Charlie P's is usually packed full of patrons around the clock, all week long. Featuring all the classic pieces of an Irish pub, from the stained glass, dark wood and Guinness on tap, Charlie's is Irish through and through. They even offer a traditional menu of pub grub that's served until midnight.
The SKY Bar is one of the poshest places in Vienna to be seen having a cocktail and comes complete with a dress code and all. Despite the pricey drinks, you can be sure you won't get stiffed on the content, quality, or superior taste of their cocktails and drinks. Amber lighting and off-white décor enhance the equally superior rooftop panorama of downtown Vienna, which is most spectacular from the patio on warm summer nights. Reservations are a must if you would prefer to have a table. James Bond himself would feel right at home in this smooth lounge.
Jazzland a été un endroit très populaire pour les amateurs du jazz à Vienne depuis des années. On y mets l'accent sur boogie, Dixieland, et blues. Il n'y a pas seulement un bon nombre des musiciens excellents qui y jouent, mais il y a aussi beaucoup de clients habitués. Il est toujours chargé, alors il faut mieux arriver un demi heure à l'avance afin de trouver une place. Si vous avez du temps en plus, vous pouvez en profiter en dînant ici. Le menu propose des plats autrichiens traditionnels et populaires. Ouvert à partir de 19h.
If you think every American bar is just another sports bar with huge TVs, Budweiser and immature college boys, then you haven't been to Kruger's American Bar. If you enter this place, you will instantly be transported back to the Roaring 1920s of New York. Classy hardwood floors combined with dim yellow lighting, bartenders with tuxedos, and smooth jazz tunes create an atmosphere that is difficult to find these days. Film and jazz quizzes and brunches complete the agenda of this fine bar.
What about a night out at one of Vienna's most legendary rock clubs? The Chelsea opened its doors almost twelve years ago. It started off as a small club in an ordinary house, but the people living there lacked enthusiasm for the music, resulting in the club having to move. A new home was found in one of the arches of the old elevated railway dividing the north of Vienna from the city center. The club features the obligatory DJ line-up and live acts introducing national as well as internationally famed bands.
Master bartender Roberto Pavlovic's self-named bar is a trendy, yet classically stylish affair, much like the expertly mixed cocktails served up within the chic premises. The decor is elegantly contemporary, done up in blacks and golds with the main bar area perfect for patrons to mingle and socialize or cozy booths for a more intimate experience. Dominated by the stunningly dramatic chandelier, the space exudes an air of classy opulence. The bar opens every evening at 4, and by six expect a crowd as it is quite popular with an eclectic crowd of hipsters, suited professionals and couples. The lively atmosphere, friendly service and delicious drinks have people coming back for more. For additional details, visit the website.
Sparkys Unlimited Bar & Grill offers a dim and groovy ambience for relishing steaks, complemented by beer, wine and cocktails. Its interiors are decorated with strings of light that sparkle and have a distinct feel of Christmas or a holiday. Its steaks are prepared using a fusion of American and Viennese recipes. The menu features boiled beef, wings, ribs, steaks, schnitzel and burritos. It also has prix fixe menus that change by the day. This bar and restaurant can also be hired by those who are looking for a holiday-like ambience for their next party.
Café Bar Bloom offers a stylish atmosphere with lavish carpeting, ornamental tiled walls, green sofas with rich Oriental patterns and a sleek bar with dim lighting. Here guests, can enjoy a variety of scrambled egg and ham dishes for breakfast, while the lunch menu serves items like Sheep's Cheese wrapped in Bacon, Bloom Club Sandwich and Bloom Cake with raspberry marmalade. To the sound of soft and soothing music, patrons can sip fine wines, cocktails like Vienna Blood and Big Apple, and globe-spanning teas such as Darjeeling and Spring Bamboo.
Look out for Weinorgel's signboard on Baker Street; this wine bar has breathed new life into a former local pub housed in the unassuming establishment. Literally translated to "the wine organ," it prides itself on its extensive list of reds and whites from Austria and across the world. The rustic furnishings and dark accents are characteristic of an European tavern, with the weather-permitting outdoor area as a great seating alternative in summer. To complement the spirits are delicious antipasti and appetizer platters. Be on the watch for the hourly sounds of the vintage pipe organ.