• Gragger & cie Vienna (Food, Bakery)
  • In a world where speed has become the name of the game, Helmut Gragger knows that sometimes it helps to slow things down a little. That is why in his bakery in the Spiegelgasse, Gragger & Cie, Gragger abstains from using any chemical accelerants for his divine sourdough creations. The slogan here is “À la recherche du pain perdu.” Like Proust and his madeleines, Helmut Gragger was inspired by something which he felt had been lost, in this case… More info
    Spiegelgasse 23, Vienna, 1010
  • Brunnenmarkt Vienna (Food, Bakery)
  • Brunnenmarkt is a year-round outdoor market that runs along the Brunnengasse from Thaliastrasse to Ottakringer Straße, making up a total of six city blocks of market mayhem and earning it the title of Europe's longest street market. Closely packed stalls sell everything from one euro trinkets to whole chickens (4 for 10). One immediately gets the sense that here all prices are negotiable. Beginning around the early 2000’s the lower rents in the… More info
    Brunnengasse 52, Vienna, 1160
  • Fruth Vienna (Food, Bakery)
  • Chocolate and cake-maker Eduard A. Fruth has been dedicated to creating sweet delights for over 50 years. His passion for pastries and confections has taken him to places like France, Luxembourg and Turkey, where he was able to perfect his craft among the, dare we say it, crème de la crème. In the '80s, Fruth was recruited by a large Japanese baking company to assemble and train the personnel for an Austrian-style confectionery. However, it… More info
    Kettenbrückengasse 20, Vienna, 1040
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