Locals flock to this Margareten district standby that serves hearty portions of typical Austrian grub and cold steins of local brew. You can’t beat a heaping plate of dumplings and sauerkraut on a cold Austrian night, and the extensive beer selection will help you warm up, too. Try the outdoor seating area for lunch or when there's no chill in the air. A specialty menu showcases a different seasonal ingredient every month—goose, truffles, and foraged mushrooms cycle through in fall and winter, while fresh produce is a hit during the warmer months. The plates are cheap and filling (and delicious), so this is a great place for budget-minded travelers.
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