Visited during RBESG’12. Sat in their beer garden, which was packed. Had some decent beers, although quite bland. Good weizen here. Didn’t try food. Inside looked cozy and warm. Would go here again, really liked the patio.
Small but nice biergarten next to belvedere, full of tourists, almost all customers i think were. Staff and ambience is classical tiroler style, staff was nice enough. Limited selections but all off the 3 beers i tried were great. Prices were 3.30 for 0.3, 4.10 for 0.5. Is not convenient to get the sampler which is 5x0.1 for 7.50. Good food, average prices ok for the value. All beers unfiltered and unpasteurized and i loved em. Left a 10% tip.
Pleasant brewpub near the Belvedere Museum. Very touristy and the bored looking staff are forced to wear traditional costume (yes really). Beer are German staples and pretty good. Fair prices. Worth a look if in the area.
Big and very busy brewpub, nice but seemingly to small beergarden. 6 beers on tap, rather boring and proberly the best part was that they didnt really tasted bad. A sampler with 5 0,1 pours of the standard beer for 7,5€. Had lunch here, wich was pretty good, big and filling potions. Service a bit rushed, but good compared to how busy they where. Fair prices for what it is. Quite a touristly feel to it.
Very busy place next to Belvedere, many tourists there. They serve their one beers like Maerzen, Helles or Weizen which are the common styles. No bad beers at all, but they are also not very impressing. The service was ok for the reason of many people inside, we just got two seats left. Traditional kitchen with good food and medium to high prices in my opinion. So it´s a quite good place to get good food and some refreshing standard beers with many tourists there, but if you look for more special beers, there are some other good places in Vienna.
Came here in the late afternoon and the place was packed. Somehow they found us a table for two, but when we were leaving there was a queue at the entrance. Seemed more like eating than drinking place. They serve their own brews, pilsner was quite good. Food was quite good as well. Worth visiting.
A nice beer hall with a patio. Busy and quite large. Touristy and slow service as well as arrogance that to have their only special, the chilli beer you have to have a litre! Needless to say I did not bother as it as the start of a massive crawl and chilli beer not my favourite style but I would have tried 300ml. Probably no loss as their Pils, Weizen and Dunkel were all very ordinary.