The "Flip" is rather famous in Salzburg. Especially in summer the beautiful garden in front of the bar, with a direct view onto the "Anton Neumayr Square" attracts a large number of visitors to the vicinity of the pub. The combination of urban air and alcohol also works in Salzburg, obviously! But the interior of the small place is also very notable. Compact round tables and leather seats just call out for guests to sit down and have a cocktail or two. Of course the bar also offers non-alcoholic drinks, as well as all the normal and traditional bar offerings. But the cocktails, mixed by the friendly and professional bar staff, are well worth a try. Musically speaking the "Flip" is rather "grungy", but request are always welcome. An ideal hang-out for young and young-feeling people.
Alchimiste Belge is a brewery which serves over 70 varieties of beers, such as the Duvel, Hoegaarden. Bourgogne, Orval, Leffe Brune, Delirium Tremens, Chimay Bleu and many more. The ambiance is lively and fun, and the place is quite popular among tourists and locals alike.
Together with the Müllner Bräustübl and the StieglKeller, this is one of the most popular beer gardens in town, especially for those with a penchant for Weissbier (white beer). In the summer months plenty of people drop by for an after-work drink and a bite to eat (goulash with noodles is especially popular). Groups should book in advance, and can even visit the historic "Small Brewery" by appointment.
A series of concerts originally called 'Jazz in the Theater' took place at the Elizabeth Theater, hence the name. In 2002 a venue called Jazzit opened its doors near the main station. Since then it has become the meeting point of the Salzburg jazz scene. Besides concerts with international stars, there are jam sessions taking place every Tuesday. It is not only a haven for jazz lovers, but also a lively joint full of good music and a mixed crowd. Please call for open hours.
A bit off the tourist track, Pepe is a delightful find for those who want to have some fun along with great cocktails. Nestled between Kapuzinerberg and the Mirabell Palace, this buzzing watering hole has an upbeat vibe that is vivacious. Groove to Latin tunes, tipple on delicious concoctions or take part in their theme nights, this late night bar is surely a gem of an addition in the city's night-life scene.
The Soda Club is every party animals' paradise, with its extensive drinks menu, swank ambiance and excellent house music. The rustic look meets modern design ambiance, and the fully-functional bar enhanced with the groovy lighting at this club helps you relax almost immediately. At the Soda Club the party gets better and better as the night goes by; so don't hesitate to either get comfy with a drink, chill out with your buddies, or simply dance the night away when you visit. The club also has a free admission policy. Call for event timings and additional information.
Opened in 1983, Café Libella is a legendary club and among the oldest underground clubs in the country. It has over the years hosted several indie artists such as DJ Hell, Demented Are Go, The Bricats and Die Mimmi. It has been the hub of rock subgenres such as punk, psychobilly, rockabilly and goth. Besides live acts, it also hosts DJs regularly.
Sophisticated, quiet café bar, in which guests who are there alone also feel comfortable.
Berchtesgaden's vibrant event space, Kuckucksnest is renowned for organizing hip concerts and live-gigs by local and international artists. Catering to all kinds of genres, the events hosted here accommodate people of all tastes. A number of artists from Canada, United States, Ireland and other countries have performed here. A great place to socialize over drinks, Kuckucksnest is a popular destination among music-lovers of the city.