Just two blocks off of Stephansplatz, Da Capo brings authentic Italian food to the residents and tourists of central Vienna. Start with an appetizer of delicate spiced prawns and go from there. Pizzas, thin-crusted and cooked quickly in a wood-fired oven, are wonderfully chewy and topped with a variety of local ingredients. The gnocchi stands out among the pastas, and the calf-liver risotto gives the pizza a run for its money. In a city often noted for its sullen servers, Da Capo’s (English-speaking) staff excels at making its guests feel welcomed. Prices are very reasonable, especially compared to other spots in the tourist hotspot.
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