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Drinks with a view in the new premises in Vienna

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VIENNA – Elegant, welcoming, original and designer: the new premises in Vienna combine the beauty of the interiors with successful gastronomic formulas and the spectacular view over the city. These are the bars of hotels, museums, furniture factories and even the zoo of the Austrian capital, open under the roofs. Here are 7 addresses, from the historic center to the Prater, to discover and try. Mariatrink is the rooftop venue of the new Jaz in the City hotel in Mariahilf, 6th district. It features a modern design and contemporary atmosphere with drinks and great music.
After Amsterdam and Stuttgart, Jaz in the City Vienna is the third branch of the German hotel chain that welcomes music fans: the hotel lobby is inspired by a record shop, as are the furnishings of the bar which offers a panoramic view. 360 degrees over Vienna. The menu features innovative cocktails and specialties based on regional ingredients, to be enjoyed on the comfortable velvet seats. Info: jaz-hotel.com The original Toppenbar of Ikea, the well-known Swedish furniture factory in Westbahnhof, offers a fantastic view over the city and a moment of break from shopping. The terrace bar, also open to non-consumers, has designer furnishings and 70 gigantic trees that grow in huge and very heavy pots. The gastronomic offer mainly focuses on vegetarian cuisine. The Jo & Joe hotel and a green facade of plants are also located in the building.
Info: ikea.com/at/de/stores/wien-westbahnhof Those who love vintage environments must climb to the roof of the charming hotel Motto, in Mariahilfer Strasse, where the Chez Bernard Restaurant et Bar is located, which combines the charm of Paris of the 1920s with the modern Viennese atmosphere. The light-flooded rooftop bar spans two floors under a large glass dome. The menu features modern recipes of Austrian cuisine with French and North African influences; great space is given to freshness and organic products. Owner Bernd Schlacher, who has obtained several certifications for his philosophy of sustainability, has a house beer called Brewdi and a special roast for the coffee made with the old bread of the in-house baker Motto Brot. Info: hotelmotto.at The Kindred Spirits Rooftop Bar, the venue of the Zoku boutique hotel in Vienna, has a magnificent view over the Prater, featuring a roof terrace which also houses an atmospheric restaurant. The bar, perfect for a casual lunch or after-work drink, offers a 360-degree panorama of Vienna and a dreamy atmosphere in the evening, when the attractions of the Prater amusement park create a sea of ​​colored lights. The bar menu focuses mainly on cocktails, beers and wines of Austrian origin. Info: livezoku.com/vienna Also close to the amusement park is Neni am Prater, the new venue of the Superbude hotel, run by entrepreneur and chef Haya Molcho and her children. The restaurant has a large terrace overlooking Vienna and the Prater wheel and a kitchen around which guests sit. In the truly original gastronomic proposal, the naturally leavened bread and focaccia accompany the dishes stand out. Info: neni.at The most popular and trendy rooftop venue in Vienna is MQ Libelle, located on the roof of the Leopold, the main city museum dedicated to the art of Viennese Modernism, one of the largest artistic and cultural complexes in the world. Even the design and architecture of the restaurant are in the name of art; two Austrian artists have furnished the structure and the terrace: Eva Schlegel designed the stained glass window while Brigitte Kowanz’s are the iconic luminous elements on the roof. The venue hosts conferences, gala dinners, weddings and also offers itself as an open space for artistic and cultural projects. Info: mqw.at/en/your-visit/mq-libelle The 360 ​​Ocean Sky is the rooftop bar and restaurant of the Casa del Mare, an original building recovered from a WWII tower that is part of the Vienna Zoo-Aquarium . The structure towers above the other surrounding buildings and offers a fantastic view of the Austrian capital. An elevator takes you to the roof of the room for breakfast or aperitifs or to taste Viennese recipes reinterpreted in a modern way while below you can admire exotic fish and sharks swimming in the large tanks. Info: oceansky.at (ANSA).


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