New eating establishments in Vienna

New eating establishments in Vienna October 2019

The culinary scene in Vienna is simply booming at the moment and this is a great development for foodies and those who want to become one. New restaurants, bars and cafés are opening their doors, offering a great variety of different types of food. Here we would like to provide you with a selection of new eating establishments in Vienna, which are currently definitely worth a visit.


A baker from the “Wine Quarter” conquers the heart of the city


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Apparently, not only the local residents eagerly awaited the opening of the Öfferl bakery and café in the Wollzeile, which opened a few weeks ago. Long queues of people can be found in front of the chic but demurely furnished café.

But do not let these queues put you off as these people are usually waiting to be served at the counter of the bakery and not queuing up for the café, which is located at the rear. Öfferl’s pastries are in a class of their own and play in a league of their own. At lunchtime, for example, delicious sandwiches are served. But also the sweet dishes, a perfect accompaniment to an afternoon coffee or, best of all, first thing in the morning, should not be missed.

Address: Wollzeile 31, 1010 Vienna
Opening hours:
Monday – Sunday: 8am – 7pm
Kitchen open from: 8am – 6pm


Paris and Berlin in Vienna’s Penzing district


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The 14th district of Vienna, Penzing, is currently not exactly famous as a culinary hotspot. However, this could change very quickly. The Café Chrivo recently opened in Meiselstraße. This small and hip café is immediately reminiscent of cafés in Paris or Berlin.

Here, you will be served truly great coffee. The selection of cakes and tarts is also impressive. The tastefully furnished café with its cosy charm is the perfect place to while away some hours.

Café Chrivo
Address: Meiselstraße 59, 1140 Vienna
Opening hours:
Wednesday – Friday: 8am – 6pm
Saturday: 9am – 6pm
Sunday: 9am – 4pm


Gustav Emil Paula Paula statt Kurkonditorei Oberlaa


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In Babenbergerstaße, opposite Vienna’s Museumsquartier, a branch of the Kurkonditorei Oberlaa was situated on generous premises at this location for a long time. However, it recently moved to Mariahilferstraße, where you will now find Oberlaa’s flagship store. It is hardly surprising that, in this prominent and highly frequented location, the property did not remain empty for long.

Recently Gustav Emil Paula Paula opened its doors here. And yes, this is the correct name – there are no typing errors! Gustav Emil Paula Paula is a café, a patisserie and a hairdresser’s – at first glance a more than wild mixture. But it is definitely well worth a visit! The food and drinks are of the highest quality and, as the three brothers who run the establishment rightly state, this is a place for all your senses.

Gustav Emil Paula Paula
Address: Babenbergerstraße 7, 1010 Vienna
Opening hours:
Monday – Saturday: 7am – 7pm


Tiki Bowls in Josefstadt


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The trend towards healthy bowls based on the Hawaiian model continues in Vienna. In most inner city districts, you can either quickly and easily put together your bowl yourself or order a set bowl from the menu. Aloha Bowl, which is located directly on Josefstädter Straße in the city’s eighth district, Josefstadt, is a new establishment offering such bowls.

The friendly and bright restaurant is less than a ten minutes’ walk from Vienna’s City Hall. And you will find a typical selection of bowls and toppings on the menu. Do you fancy sweet rice pudding? If you would like a dessert after a healthy meal, you are sure to find something which you can eat with a clear conscience in the small fridge opposite the bowl counter.

Aloah Bowl
Address: Josefstädter Straße 9, 1080 Vienna
Opening hours:
Monday – Friday: 11am – 8pm


Apropos Tiki Bowls


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The wonderful ice cream salon, Leones in Langegasse, opposite the university campus Altes AKH of the University of Vienna, is again enjoying a well-deserved winter break. As was the case last year, the Aitiki Poke Bowls team has once again taken over the premises. It is definitely worth a visit, as we described in our blog on Food Trends 2019: Honolulu meets Vienna.

Aitiki Poke Bowls
Address: Lange Gasse 78, 1080 Vienna
Opening hours:
Monday – Friday: 11:30am – 8pm

Address: Lange Gasse 78, 1080 Vienna
Opening hours:
Winter break until spring 2020


At regular intervals, we present newly opened eating establishments in Vienna in our blog. Visit the CheckVIENNA blog regularly and let us keep you up to date about all news in Vienna!


Cover picture © Gustav Emil Paula Paula – Gebrüder Gepp GmbH


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