Pub Crawling – from bar to bar and local to local across Salzburg.
The Altstadthotel is the perfect starting point to discover the city of Salzburg in all its facets. The hotel is just a few minutes’ walks from the historical sights of the old town – but there are also new bars and pubs in the immediate vicinity and only a few minutes’ walks away. How about getting to know Salzburg in the course of a culinary tour? We have put together a few suggestions for you – for your well-being!
Cook&Wine (less than 1-minute walk)
Wine bar, restaurant, cooking school – and simply a traditionally cozy hideout for all those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of Salzburg’s old town. In the pavilion, the “Stüberl” or the large guest garden you can relax and enjoy yourself. On the menu are selected wines (our tip: on “dirty Thursday” there’s a 20% discount on all open bottles) and refined culinary delicacies from all over the world. Individual cooking course packages are also available for groups of 6 or more. www.cookandwine.at
Zwettlers (2 minutes walk)
It all begins with a traditional Salzburg inn that is more than 160 years old, where you will find the culinary basis for further bar visits on the comprehensive menu. It’s quite rustic, but not without sacrificing the finesse of taste. Here the exclusive “Kaiser Karl Bier” is drunk as Pils, Märzen, Weißbier or Zwickl. The menu includes delicacies such as stuffed veal breast (every Saturday) and pork roast (on Sunday). The meat comes from the butcher, the vegetables from the G’miasara and the bread from the baker. All you have to do is bring your own taste of these delicacies. www.zwettlers.com
Di Renzi (11 minutes walk)
This Prosciutteria & Enoteca combines excellent taste with Italian joie de vivre. Fish, meat, pasta and, of course, the ham from San Daniele and Parma determine the flavor of the cuisine. Also, there are selected Italian wines and spirits. The kitchen can be seen in the truest sense of the word: all dishes are freshly prepared in the show kitchen. A small foretaste of a successful Salzburg day with an Italian touch. www.direnzi.at
Glüxfall (12 minutes walk)
It is not so easy to describe the Glüxfall. Is it a breakfast and lunch café? Is it an in-between restaurant? Or rather a wine and cocktail bar? It’s a successful mix – and every guest can choose the best from it. The coffee house guide of the magazine “Falstaff” lists the Glüxfall as the best coffee house in Austria. This award is based on guest ratings – rightly so, as one will confirm after the visit (no matter what time of day or night). www.gluexfall.at
M32 (24 minutes walk – uphill)
The M32 has already been mentioned here several times, and rightly so! The location of this location in the Museum der Moderne – both restaurant and bar – is unique and offers a breathtaking view over the roofs of the Mozart city Salzburg. Traditional Austrian cuisine, as well as Mediterranean delicacies, await you here. Always accompanied by first-class selected wines, spirits, and liqueurs. Probably the most beautiful reward after a varied walk through the city up to the Mönchsberg. www.m32.at
… In fact, all paths are open to you from the Altstadthotel. Take these tips as a guide – or go on your own culinary voyage of discovery in the historical lanes of Mozart’s city. Try and test yourself in the kitchen and cellar and in this way ensure that you have a holiday experience that will melt in your mouth.