All you can eat, Teil 1

all you can eat

Kulinarische Köstlichkeiten bietet Wien in allen Varianten. Da fällt die Auswahl für ein Gericht manchmal ganz schön schwer. Warum nicht einfach von allem naschen und viele Leckereien auf einmal genießen? Willkommen im „All you can eat“ Reich! Lest hier weiter und erfahrt, wo ihr euch in Wien morgens, mittags und abends die Bäuche vollschlagen könnt.

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All you can eat, Teil 1


24 Dinge, die du diesen Frühling in Wien tun solltest


Der (mittlerweile verhasste) Winter-Daunenmantel, der einem die zarte Figur eines Michelin-Männchens zaubert, wird endlich ins hinterste Eck des Kleiderschranks verbannt und der XXL Strickschal wird gegen die Sonnenbrille getauscht – der Frühling ist endlich da! Die ersten Schneeglöckchen sprießen und die Schanigärten sind voll. Hier einige Vorschläge, wie ihr eure neu erwachten Lebensgeister am besten nutzen könnt.

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24 Dinge, die du diesen Frühling in Wien tun solltest

Vienna Hipster Hacks


It’s hard to say what a hipster is these days, as the word seems to have hijacked everything that is cool, or on the fringe of the mainstream. But then again, the mainstream seems to have swallowed up again this cultural burp called hipsterism. So what the hell is a hipster?

They are the bearded bohemian, or the vintage-loving girl with bangs, who’s day includes brunch, a second-hand store, and his/her 100 € haircut. They’re the 18-35-year-old who collectively fiercely seek a unique style and personality of their own. They’re the beatniks, the punks, the hip hoppers, the grungey, the rockabilly – all in one. They make the old into a vintage and retro cool. They are ironic, as they hate their own kind and deny any membership to the hipster club. They claim to be real-er than the real world, but do so with a sarcastic wink.

Here’s a guide on how to be a hipster in Vienna. And if you discover like us, that you love doing a large part of the things on this list, remember – the biggest symptom you’re a hipster, is denying you’re a hipster.

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Vienna Hipster Hacks

Miro in Vienna

Just before the Instagramers-Austria* Christmasparty (here) we met at the Albertina museum and enjoyed the MIRO Exhibiton together. Enjoy my pics from that lovely evening. Yes, we were allowed to make as many pictures as we wanted. What fun that was with that special sticker on the jacket on the instawalk.

Miro in Vienna.

A carnivore explores vegan Vienna … and its hashtags!

Enjoying vegan ice cream!

Now, anybody that knows me (or has seen me) knows that I´m no vegan. If we were back in the caveman days, I’d be the king of meat eaters. Walking around like Henry VIII with a roasted pterodactyl’s leg held aloft like a giant chicken drumstick.

But I’ve recently taken an interest in vegetarian/vegan eating, I guess to broaden my horizons a bit in terms of cooking inspiration. Also to teach the kids a bit more about healthy eating. Mainly I did it because my wife was giving me stick about eating too much meat.

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A carnivore explores vegan Vienna