Where to go in salzburg

Salzburg has a large variety of restaurant locations. Not only restaurants also traditional coffeehouses and beer gardens.


At this site you will find some of our best locations where you can enjoy rather beer, wine and austrian dishes, especially the traditional desserts like "Kaiserschmarrn" and "Salzburger Nockerl".


In the gastronomie guide from the Webside you can see more locations around Salzburg.

Traditional Austrian Food and drinks

Augustiner Bräu

The “Braustübl” is a popular meeting place rich in character and tradition with a lovely garden. It is Austria’s largest beer inn where beer is sold in stone-made pitchers draught directly from wooden barrels. A variety of delicious local snacks can be chosen from an arcade of small shops and market stalls, called the “Schmankerlgang”.


Have a look on their website: Augustiner Bier

Gasthaus hölle

The "Gasthaus Hölle" which is based in Nonntal, is an traditional tavern where you can eat austrian food.

There are so many dishes which you can eat, but one of the best you should try is the traditional Kaiserschmarrn and the Salzburger Nockerl.


Have a look on their website: Austria Classic Hotel Hölle


Traditional coffeehouses

Café Tomaselli

Café Tomaselli (since 1705) is situated at the heart of the old city of Salzburg and is one of the most highly reputed coffee houses in Europe. No other Austrian café can boast such a long history. The business is still under family ownership and stylishly stands for over 300 years of Austrian coffee house tradition.

SPECIALITIES: ‘Einspänner’ cream-topped mocca, melange, Tomaselliums coffee, Biedermeier coffee, mugs of coffee and Italian coffee specialities, around 40 sweet pastries and cakes every day.


Have a look on their website: Café Tomaselli


Café Fürst

The main shop (since 1884) at the top of Brodgasse on Alter Markt square has a garden for guests and was opened in 1884. There is another coffee house at no. 5 Mirabellplatz, and it is also possible to purchase these chocolates and confectionery at no. 47 Getreidegasse, and in the Ritzerbogen / Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse passageway.

SPECIALITIES: Traditional Austrian coffee culture, traditional Austrian cakes and tarts, such as the Sachertorte chocolate cake, Dobos cake, Esterhazy cake


Have a look on their website: Café Fürst


Bars and other nice restaurants

Die Burgschenke

The Great Hall and the Castle Tavern offer the right atmosphere. In the 900 year old castle just above the Old City of Salzburg, you and your guests can eat, party and drink just like they did in the Middle Ages.


Have a look on their website: Die Burgschenke


Casino Salzburg

The elegant rooms of Klessheim Palace have been used by Salzburg Casino since 1993. Opened on July 1, 1934, the casino was originally located in Mirabell Palace and after 1950 at Café Winkler on the Mönchsberg. Initially only a temporary venue, the casino in Klessheim Palace attracted so many guests that Casinos Austria decided to maintain the venue for the time being.


Visitors appreciate the juxtaposition of baroque art and modern 

gambling that gives the casino its special flair.

The casino currently features 5 American roulette tables, 5 Black

Jack tables, 2 Easy Hold'em poker table, 7 poker tables, a tropical

stud poker table, 21 easy roulette and 156 slot machines.


Have a look on their website: Casino Salzburg

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