Volksgarten Pavillon Charming '50s

With a view of Helden Platz and situated directly in Vienna’s large city park, hanging out in the ’50s-style Volksgarten Pavillion for the afternoon proves to be a very pleasant experience. Under the shade of the surrounding trees, the Pavillon serves up a delightful and fresh spread of Viennese and Mediterranean treats.

By daylight the Pavillon offers a relaxed environment where one can sip coffee, eat a selection of olives and prosciutto and read the newspaper. By night some of Vienna’s best DJs take over the decks and play a medley of electronic, techno, drum ’n bass, and Latin-inspired beats.

Don’t miss their famous Tuesday night party, “Techno Cafe.” And with many other quality line-ups, check their website for an up-to-date listing of who’s spinning when.

Blue Box Pop moment

Blue Box may be most famous for having a pop culture moment in Falco’s “Rock Me Amadeus” video (yeah, you know—the scene with the bikers at the bar). But it’s also been a popular cafe/bar mainstay for more than 20 years.

Frequented by students, cultural denizens and local 7th district residents, it features a well-praised breakfast served through to the late afternoon (until 17hr), and also offers some vegan items on its menu. The former ’80s hot spot also has a daily DJ program, spinning low key electronic soundscapes that add to, instead of interfere with, your conversation. A few local experimental electronic musicians can also be found DJing here from time to time like B. Fleischmann.

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