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Cafés, Restaurants, and Bars


Café Berg

A fixed star in the sky of the Vienna scene: Café Berg, and the adjacent gay bookstore Löwenherz. Huge windows and comfortable seats invite you to enjoy your coffee for hours. “The Berg” also offers food. Incidentally, it was Vienna’s first gay and lesbian day café.

Café Savoy

The Café Savoy on the Naschmarkt is a traditional Viennese coffee house dating back to imperial times. There is a colorful flea market at the Naschmarkt on Saturdays, for which the Savoy opens early. An eye-catcher: the gigantic mirrors.


Opened in the summer of 2011, Fett+Zucker has become a permanent fixture on the scene. This small espresso bar in the second district offers outstanding cakes, with vegan, gluten-, and lactose-free options.



The Motto is perhaps the ultimate hotspot in Vienna, and features an outstanding menu. Everyone who is anyone meets for a drink in the stylized, but very comfortable bar. The clientele is mixed, and the percentage of prominent people high. Designer Helmut Lang was a waiter here before he became a fashion tsar. The Motto am Fluss on the Danube Canal and the hall in the MuseumsQuartier also belong to the “Motto empire".


The restaurant on the Schönbrunnerstraße in the fifth district combines rustic charm with modern accents. In short: It’s very cozy in the Sixta. The menu offers everything that fans of Viennese cuisine desire.

Santo Spirito

Classical music, red silk, long opening hours, good food, and a mixed clientele: the Santo Spirito, in a small side street right near St. Stephen’s Cathedral, enjoys great popularity among gays and lesbians.

Café Willendorf

The legendary café in the gay and lesbian center of Vienna, the Türkis Rosa Lila Villa, is the heart of the gay and lesbian scene focused on the Naschmarkt. The picturesque courtyard is an oasis in the heart of the city.


Village Bar

The clientele in the Village is a colorful mix, and the mood is relaxed and communicative. The friendly waiters and the tasty drinks ensure that the bar in a side street near the Naschmarkt is very popular, and that the guests are just as sociable.


Since its establishment in 2004, Felixx has been a fixed point on the Vienna scene. The bar, which is open daily in the lower Gumpendorferstraße in the sixth district, scores points with its grandiose ambiance and great music, from pop hits to house.

Kisss Bar Vienna

The bar serves not only drinks but also food: from carpaccio to Kasnudeln (Carinthian cheese pasta) and the Kisss burger, the menu is packed with all sorts of treats. An unusual feature of the bar is the "Art Corner" (Kunst Corner): a pop-up store which can be rented by artists.

City Bar

Right across from Vienna’s oldest gay club, the Why Not, the City Bar is the perfect starting point for a long night.

There is a more detailed list of establishments in the Gay & Lesbian Guide from WienTourismus, which can be downloaded here.

Café Berg

Berggasse 8 , 1090 Wien

Café Savoy

Linke Wienzeile 36, 1060 Wien
  • Opening times

    • Mo - Th, 12:00 - 02:00
    • Fr, 12:00 - 03:00
    • Sa, 09:00 - 03:00
    • Su, 09:00 - 02:00


Hollandstraße 16, 1020 Wien


Schönbrunner Straße 30 , 1050 Wien

Sixta Café - Bar - Restaurant

Schönbrunnerstraße 21, 1050 Wien

Café Willendorf

Linke Wienzeile 102, 1060 Wien

Kisss Bar Vienna

Luftbadgasse 19, 1060 Wien
  • Opening times

    • Mo - Th, 17:00 - 02:00
    • Fr - Sa, 17:00 - 04:00
    • Su, 09:00 - 14:00
    • On days before public holidays: 5.00 pm - 4.00 am; hot cuisine always from 5.00 pm - 10.00 pm


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