Escort Vienna for gentlemen and connoisseurs
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Nightlife in the capital
The nightlife offers many facets. Whether you prefer a cozy evening with your friend with a cocktail, in one of the mainstream clubs at EDM or want to experience something special. This city offers you not only in the day countless possibilities even in the night is something for everyone!
The club scene stands for parties with high musical quality. Not for nothing, electronic music is also a cause of international excitement. The parties range from chic to underground. Clubs like the Flex already have cult status. The program varies in the same way as in the other party locations of the city.
Cool music is not only played in clubs and discos. The scene also coincides with “hanging out” also in the coffee house and Beisl, in the former cinema or at the Naschmarkt. The people who are there are as colorful as the offer.
Stylish, classy and cool – with a large serving design. These are the in-premises. Here you can danced, dined and drunk – in a remarkable ambience. Style has not only the local, but also the audience, which is to be found here.
The belt is becoming more and more the central mile of nightlife with scene appeal. In addition to the classics like Chelsea, B72 or Q [kju:], new music lobbies are opening up under the subway.
Meal and cheers
Paris has its bistros, Madrid its Bodegas, Prague its pubs and London its pubs. W, on the other hand, has three types of gastronomic institutions: the coffee house, the Beisl and the Heurigen.
Here one knows a dozen ways to serve the coffee. There are first the large and small black or brown. The Melange is a coffee with a lot of milk and crowned by a little Schlagobers (whipped cream). For an Kaisermelange, an egg yolk is also added. The Fiaker is a mocha served in the glass. The Einspänner a Fiaker with a portion of Schlagobers. A coffee stretched with water is called lengthened.
The second culinary Hochburg of Vienna is the Beisl. It is back in fashion. Thanks to the miraculous rejuvenation of Viennese cuisine, which is a combination of Bohemian, Hungarian, Italian, Jewish and other Central European cooking traditions. The town of the Schnitzel and Tafelspitz, the dumplings and pancakes, were a decade. Meanwhile, a new generation has modernized the range.
The third institution, the Heurige, also enjoys uninterrupted popularity. These venues, mostly decorated with picturesque vaults, courtyards and gardens, are found all over the city. The real Heurigen, also called Buschenschanken, are to be recognized by a green Föhrenbusch above and a plate with the inscription “Ausg’steckt” beside the entrance gate.