Where: Rennweg 95, 1030
MON–FRI: 10:30am–1am ( kitchen: 12pm–10pm )
SAT: 1pm–1am ( kitchen: 3pm–10pm )
This uncomplicated, honest pub defies all expectations – set in an outpost in the 3rddistrict, on the corner of a main intersection, no normal place would survive in such a setting in lazy Vienna. But this is no normal place. Having won over a regular crowd lining its bar from the nearby businesses, its charming Irish owner, David, and his team have also made it known for its high quality kitchen. It’s said that one of the best fish and chips can be had here.
The atmosphere possesses all the warmth of an Irish pub, minus the kitsch and the sports on the television, actually there’s no television to be seen. The small place can be like a smokers lung around the bar. The walk-in, wood panelled fridge is part of the décor covered in tin beer plaques, while the BP petrol bowser behind the bar adds random character. The windows open the pub right up, and sitting by them can be one of the best spots in the house, we reckon.
The dining area is separate and pleasant, like a pair of old leather pair of slippers with a hole in the big toe is pleasant.
Smoking and non-smoking areas