Now, everybody knows Vienna’s largest market, the mighty Naschmarkt, that spends most of its days constipated with tourists. But how about the smaller, lesser known, tourist-free market squares which throb at the heart of many of the city’s neighbourhoods. The collection of small huts, selling up food from all over the world, typically surrounded by buildings that look like they’re guarding it like soldiers. We ventured from one side of the city to the other to make you a list of our favourite market squares to discover in Vienna:
Vienna Würstelstand: Favourite market squares to discover in Vienna
My family introduced me to “The Middle.”
My brother-in-law Joseph introduced this movie to me! I haven’t seen the whole thing yet, but I definitely won’t be time-traveling back to the Old West! It’s a very dangerous place!
Last year my electric coffeemaker broke. I was about to buy another when I stumbled upon reviews of something called an AeroPress, a $30 single-serving plastic device that looks like a hand pump and, in the opinion of some of the world’s leading coffee snobs, outperforms thousand-dollar espresso machines. I ordered one and it rocked my world. The coffee was great—smooth and rich—and best of all, the gadget pretty much cleaned itself. And replacement filters cost a fraction of what Melitta and others charge.
Source: The Invention of the Perfect Cup of Coffee