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Lifestyle / Apr 25, 2022 / Secret Columnist
My Dear Readers,I have no idea who you are, how many of you are there, or – strictly speaking – if you even exist. In turn, I have reasons to assume that most of you don't have the slightest idea who... Read on
Lifestyle / Jan 15, 2015 / Karim Blanc
It was a rainy November evening on Brunnenmak when I pushed the door of Kiang Wine bar: a small welcoming place with a narrow entrance, which swallows you into another world. I immediately felt I was... Read on

Impression from a Ball in Vienna

Lifestyle / Jan 9, 2015 / Salem Islas-Madlo
In the midst of winter, cold and grey, Vienna comes alive with the jubilation of ball season namely ‘Fasching’ or Carnival. This is a proud tradition that has been passed down through generations... Read on

Tuna filet from Okra's kitchen ©

Lifestyle / Dec 18, 2014 / Noel Goldberger
The 2014 was certainly a significant year for Vienna’s dining scene. There are progressively more restaurants debuting this year that have innovative approach to cooking and a good eye for styling.... Read on

Supersense, 1020

Lifestyle / Dec 15, 2014 / Noel Goldberger
I travel a lot, and over the past couple of years, I have been observing the renaissance of concept stores around the world, a trend which is on the rise in Vienna as well. The concept store is a... Read on
Lifestyle / Nov 30, 2014 / Ewa Stern
In the further reaches of Vienna's hip 7th district, a little workshop offers sewing and screen printing courses and much more for those who like to be creative with their hands. Those who already... Read on

At kaffemik photo by © Konstantin Reyer

Lifestyle / Nov 29, 2014 / Noel Goldberger
Vienna has a long and world-renowned tradition of Kaffeehauskultur. Apart from being an eminent symbol of the city, cafés here are also a hub of culture for locals. Many coffee houses are set in... Read on

Karim cooks photo by Franck Doyen

Lifestyle / Oct 13, 2014 / Ewa Stern
Karim Blanc moved to Vienna three-and-a-half years ago. He finds it difficult to tell where he is from. Born in Tehran to French parents, he lived in many different places during his childhood. From... Read on
Lifestyle / Oct 1, 2014 / Noel Goldberger
Let’s face it; Vienna is a very quiet city by the time Sunday comes around. If anything will get you out of bed on a lazy Sunday morning, it's brunch. Fans of lavish hotel brunches, take note. Brunch... Read on

Photo: Philipp Horak

Lifestyle / Aug 28, 2014 / Janima Nam
The evolution of Asian food has been slow in Vienna. Even now, going for Asian in this city typically involves some kind of “pan-Asian” buffet with weak simulations of familiar Chinese/Japanese/Thai... Read on
Lifestyle / Aug 28, 2014 / Noel Goldberger
After a long day at work filled with meetings, sorting junk emails and eating lunch al desko, catching up with friends and seizing the rest of the day in the form of a few drinks seems like not a bad... Read on
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