He takes your ticket, fills your mug with beer and then slides it back over to you across a perforated metal counter. The entrance to the Augustinerbräu Bräustübl is through a large wooden door, where a long tiled passage leads to a further door behind which a flight of steep stone steps leads down into the action. A hint of that love is still in the air here. The bar has a classy formica bar top recalling the best in 70's taste. Everything is a little too modern to look very cosy or genuine. Much posher than that now.
There is a wide range of cocktails, beers and wines on offer as well as some tasty bar snacks. The decoration is in a rustic style. Cafe, bar, club and music venue, Republic Cafe is a jack of all trades. Inside, a wiry man in a well-used white apron turns sausages under an old-fashioned electric salamander, toasts buns and spoons out the toppings for the original bosna, a delicacy imported, as its name implies, from the Balkan provinces. A small, unassuming pub on the main road through Mülln. In the corridor there is a small drinking area, but the main section is more restaurant-like. Waitresses in white aprons foxtrot across the burnished parquet floors bearing trays of cakes as usherettes once brought ice creams in old-fashioned cinemas: bulging schlotfeger chocolate-coated, cream-filled pastry rolls , sticky slices of Salzburger nockerl, a white-peaked soufflé said to have been invented by Salome Alt, and of course slices of moist, flaky strudel.
With a history dating back to 1980s, the local music bar has hosted many of the jazz greats in Salzburg, and moved to its current venue near the train station in 2002. They aren't even all wheat beers. Website: Republic Cafe In Salzburg's trendy nightlife hub, near the Museum of Modern Art, Republic Cafe is one of the most popular bars. Round the corner, along the quay, you can spend time with friends in a cosy ambiance at the Glüxfall Café Bar. What's particularly unusual about Zum Hirschen is that all the food and drink is organic. The bottled beers on sale are: , Zipfer Sparkling and Dreher's Schwarzbier. Only the owner of the Trip can change this setting.
Also at the , gays and friends are always welcome guests. With the Weissbier Brauerei just around the corner, it was a pretty brave decision to brew a wheat beer here. Popular choices include the and the close to the Linzer Gasse. Further into the pub is a series of more restauranty rooms. The Republic on Anton-Neumayer-Platz is definitely one of the epicenters of Salzburg event culture. If seeking a refined evening, look no further.
A design change has created a much wamer atmosphere. Welcome, and thanks for visiting Sharking for Chips and Drinks. Check out the changing program to see what shows are on at the moment also available online. The main attraction is of course the beer and as mentioned before it is served direct from large wooden casks. There are two chains that are popular with young professionals and locals; both specialise on variations of traditional.
It has a rustic style which is old and inconsistent enough to be neither kitsch nor 'designed'. Although it is fun during any time of year, it is perhaps best in sunny weather, when a lively street terrace opens. The decoration, in contrast, is quite restrained and limited to little more than a collection of antlers stuck high on the walls. Just served a little too cold for my taste. The corner benches, complete with cushions give the feel of a traditional German living room. The Salzburgarena brings big names like James Blunt or Cirque du Soleil to the city. It's decked out in the usual antiseptic heritage style of shiny pine furniture and tile floors.
Low-lighting, retro furniture and a very large drinks menu make it a great place to chat and relax for a few hours, while later in the night things become noisier. In fact, Salzburg was rather tardy in joining the Habsburg Empire. It's especially popular with the young. Lindhofstrasse 7 00 43 662 431 2460; Threesixty Bar Glass-floored cocktail bar suspended from the roof of Red Bull's Hangar-7 complex. Alter Markt 9 00 43 662 844 4880; Café Konditorei Fürst Home of the original and best Mozartkugel, as well as high-end cakes of all descriptions. They have presences on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram as well.
The main building has a couple of reasonably-sized rooms, plus some space for drinking in the corridor. Nightlife in Salzburg stands for cosy pubs in winding alleys, bars behind venerable facades and trendy clubs. My fellow customers all look local. Strudel, to my mind best when filled with cool curd cheese and a purée of morello cherries, is one of Austria's most famous culinary gifts to the world; yet it comes originally from Hungary, where the locals appropriated the thin dough used in baklava by their hostile neighbours, the Ottomans, to make a fruit turnover. Wilhelm-Spazier-Strasse 7A 00 43 662 21970; StieglKeller Several vast beer halls set into the rock below the Hohensalzburg fortress, with terraces overlooking the city. Getreidegasse 37 00 43 662 80840;.
It covers all aspects, from cities to airports, cruise ports to ski and beach resorts, attractions to events, and it also includes weekly travel news, features and quizzes. To my shame, I hadn't ever paid a great deal of attention to the attached pub, being distracted by the many other delights of Salzburg. Deeper into the building are yet more dining rooms, which seem to stretch on to infinity. Be sure to sample some Austrian wine — of which there are many varieties. In recent years he has invigorated the city's gastronomic scene, bringing a hefty shot of chromium-plated, dead-eyed- blond, grand-prix glamour to the place. Some of them are somewhat anti-mainstream or even underground, which is where you might find our editors.