Restaurant history The Mariahilferbräu and the culture of the Viennese Beisl
A Beisl is a typical Viennese, long-established, comfortable and plain inn. It is related to the Italian Trattoria and can also be roughly compared to the German Kneipe and Swiss Beiz. The classic Viennese Beisl has a spacious taproom where wine is cooled and beer tapped, dark painted wood panelling, basic tables and chairs along with traditional cuisine and a diverse crowd. (read more ...)
Visit our photogallery to see how the Mariahilferbräu looks today.
Group Reservation Company celebration, Christmas party & special occasions
Mariahilferbräu is a traditional Viennese tavern in a cozy and rustic atmosphere with popular Viennese and Austrian specialties and international dishes. We will be pleased to organise a private party (company celebration, Christmas party or special occasions) for you. Depending on the size of the group we can place your group in an extra room. You can choose between à la carte or buffet.
For student and travel groups we offer a special menu and selection of dishes.
Please send inquiries via email to email@example.com (subject: groupreservation) We are pleased to answer any questions.
Eco-Labelling We comply with the Austrian eco-label.
Austrian Eco-Label for Tourism Enterprises
The Austrian Eco-Label for Tourism Enterprises was created in 1996 as a quality label attesting to environmentally conscious management and socially-minded conduct by tourism enterprises. The approved businesses are committed to maintaining the foundations of life and dedicated to the well-being of their guests, economising on operating costs in the process.
Based on an extensive list of criteria, businesses are rated on the following aspects: general management, environmental management, energy, water, waste, air, noise, office, cleaning, chemicals, hygiene, building and living, furnishings and fixtures, food, cuisine, traffic and outdoor areas, seminars and wellness.
The basic requirements are represented in the mandatory criteria and become applicable in accordance with the type of business and range of services. In addition, there are certain op-tional target criteria that take into account the specific business situation in greater detail, such as size, range of services, furnishings and fixtures, and location.
How does a business benefit by complying with the requirements of the Austrian eco-label?
Environmentally oriented management saves costs: operating costs can be reduced by using energy, water and detergents rationally and avoiding waste through conscious purchasing decisions and waste-sorting
Businesses improve their image by informing their employees and guests of their environmental measures
Marketing instrument to position the undertaking in the tourism market and attract ecologically minded guests.
How do guests benefit from an environmentally certified business?
Environmentally conscious management guarantees quality.
An enjoyable and relaxing stay with healthy regional food and assistance in using public transportation.
Guests are made comfortable by offering a pleasant climate in the rooms with opti-mised heating and cooling, thermal insulation, and high quality air thanks to select-ed materials and non-smoker areas.
How does the region benefit from environmentally certified businesses?
Positive contribution to the environmental situation in the region
Reduction of CO2 emissions by promoting renewable energy and energy savings
Boosting of regional economy and culture thanks to preference for regional shopping
Contact & Map Address, reservations & map
Mariahilfer Straße 152
Daily from 09:00am till midnight (kitchen closes at 10pm)
+43 (0)1 897 4749
You can reach us via the following public transports:
Subway: U3 or U6 Westbahnhof + 3 minutes walk
Tram: 52 or 58, Station Staglgasse
By foot: 5 minutes walk from Westbahnhof
We have a smoking area.
For an Austrian restaurant near Naschmarkt with a great variety of Viennese cuisine and good beer please check out our partner Bierwirt am Naschmarkt.
Please send your reservation inquiries via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Reservation) or use the form below.