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One of my favorite bars in Vienna. This is my third visit to the city; i tried it by coincidence on my first visit and made sure i came back on my following two visits.
Small, great bar with great wines. U can eat all...More
The Weinorgel is a small place and not very appealling from the outside. Glad, that we walked in as the atmosphere inside is fantastic. Great list of Austrian wines at a reasonable price. You can order small snacks; peanuts are offered for free. Unfortunately smoking...More
After several failed attempts to extract good nightlife hotspots, old mate at Mercado down the road directed us to 'Die Weinorgel'. He promised great wine, and more nuts than a man can fit in his mouth.
The game was on.
This place was pumping, good...More
You need to visit this place when you are in Wien. Atmosphere is fantastic, vines are great and the small place looks like time have standing still last 50 years. I visit it every year before Christmas in 22 years and never disappointed. Just feel...More
Dropped in here for a quick drink on one of our walks round Vienna. Very authentic with low vaulted ceilings. Really great atmosphere and good music. Although small it had a great selection of wines, beer and spirits.
Nice guy on the bar - signs...More
Popped in here after dinner as heard of it by reputation. Tiny bar with vaulted ceiling. Good choice of wines - charming service and free peanuts (which by tradition the shells are thrown on the floor). Allows smoking. Worth popping in
Small with vaulted ceiling. Behind the bar is an antique organ that plays, I don't think that who made it would foresee that pipes as a support for wine glasses. Over 50 wines to select from, all served by young pretty girls. Not really a...More
i have never written a review about a bar or restaurant ever before but since my experience with "Weinorgel" was more than just horrible i really feel forced to do it ...me ( sitting in a wheelchair since i broke both of my feet), my...More
North of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna suddenly turns small, winding and medieval, opening up to legendary places such as the Basilisk sculpture at Schönlaterngasse, as well as glamorous baroque façades, courtyards and churches. Take 45 minutes for a casual stroll through Bäckerstrasse, Sonnenfelsgasse, Köllnerhofgasse, Grashofgasse, and Schönlaterngasse. This quarter is packed with stories
and legends that will enrich your Vienna experience.