Hey Ho!I still have to struggle trough finishing my posts from Hong Kong, but as I want to make them really good and neat and at the moment I constantly lack time, I will postpone the most important ones until some flight-airport-flight time. I do it best there.
Now let’s get back to the tradition of mentioning what has been happening in the city where I currently live. I started it back in Saint Petersburg and try to sometimes make some event announcements and places recommendations from Vienna as well.
Starting with the beginning of the summer season. It is the open-airs time currently in Vienna. Even though the weather is not yet that summerish as the club managers wish it was, our main locations are already opening their summer gardens for us to dance until the sun is shining. Tel Aviv Beach was the first one to welcome guests for drinks and music outside. The Grelle Forelle hot season opening is happening at this very moment, I might go check it out later. The most famous viennese club Volksgarten seems to be the last to open up summer dance floor this year, but for sure not the least.
But the major event this year is the re-opening of Pratersauna. It is a 3 days long party which started on Friday and is still happening right now. I am very excited about it because the changed the whole concept and I absolutely love the other places that the new team runs; I shared the drive with some team members and I know very well how much effort they put into it and how amazing it’s gonna be. The place is now something special and at the same time not posh. Now the vie i pee and the pratersauna are finally connected and there is a totally new bar in town between them. The X-club concept, good taste, amazing drinks and cool atmosphere. You need a key to get to make sure you are gonna party there with friends and their friends. Check it out and join our party in a totally new location 😉
Roberto’s is going summer, too! (Old Cuban! Ask for one there on a hot afternoon)
Apart from never ending party, what comes next? Of course, food! I love food. We love food. Our tradition of gathering together for a brunch every Thursday and in general constant lust for gastronomic pleasures opened up several new places in Vienna to us. As the brightest ones I would list:
It is an incredible place. We even decided that it can be called one of a kind in town although there are several others claiming they do experimental asian cuisine. Dots and Shiki are good as well, yes. Patara Thai and Li’s cooking (mentioned an earlier posts) remains one of my favorites. But Mochi is really something different. It is hard to get in, especially on those days when reservations are impossible. You have to be ready to wait. But it’s so worth it! Or at least try their delivery service (menu differs from the one at restaurant) – that’s how I had found out earlier how amazing Mochi experience is and decided to try it out again. Absoluter Wahnsinn!
A very cute light cafe with a new fresh menu every day, tastiest carrots quiche and bright and healthy looking food. There are certain inconveniences as short opening hours and Sunday closed but the place is nevertheless definitely worth visiting! I’d recommend Hidden Kitchen Park as it has more to chose from and allows you big tables and comfy windows to sit at. Grab some friends, take huge plates full of different stuff, include eintopf and go for it!
We celebrated Jamila’s Birthday there so I happen to have only cheers pics, no food was captured, but I can ensure you it IS a real Georgian restaurant! If you are into that type of cuisine – you are gonna love it! An addition, the authentic place is perfect for big loud companies; nobody will stare in silence at you when you yell constantly, drink with waiters or start dancing on the table there.
A breakfast place. If a big company, better reserve, but not compulsory. Try the coconut-kakao smoothie! Very cute, quiet (if we are not sitting there with a bottle of prosecco that morning yelling our stories and laughing as hyenas, of course) and appealing.
Little BritainIt is that kind of a cheap place in a weird district in the middle of nowhere that appears to be good. The interior might seem cheesy at first, but it’s grandma-style sweet. The food is simple but good. And really cheap!
Nothing new to discover, anyone who has ever walked through Vienna Innere Stadt for sure has passed this terrace. Delia’s is a coffee place, not even a brunch one; they only have light snacks. BUT their hot salty croissant with brie is just the best croissant in this damn crazy world.
And in any “unclear where to go for food” situation I would recommend Naschmarkt. Neni is having their summer seasonal salad with avocado and prawns again now; Deli’s terrace is more comfortable this year; the reconstruction is over and it is finally the noise only from countless voices of people having a never ending siesta and kitchens working hard to produce best smells and tastes.
As for my life, I am learning hard for the exams already now; partying hard to celebrate beginning of summer and new things happening in town. And loving hard. Have some of those, too! Kiss.