This smoky little tavern, located near the Rathaus, serves up hearty portions of traditional Viennese favorites. Travelers rave about Leupold's meaty goulash and succulent tafelspitz—beef boiled in a rich broth, served with vegetables and horseradish sauce. If those don't strike your fancy, get a plate of perfectly crunchy schnitzel. Round off the meal with something from Leupold’s nice selection of local brews and wines. Prices are very reasonable, service is good, and sidewalk seating provides an ideal spot for people-watching.
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