From schnitzel to strudel to schnaps, Vienna waits for you on Voice Places. We’re your guide to Austrian cuisine in New York, with professional and user reviews and restaurant listings searchable by name or neighborhood!
Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner is on a roll. Right on the heels of the wildly inventive Thor, he debuted Blaue Gans ("Blue Goose"), with food considerably more normal--if you come... More »
Eating after a Brooklyn Academy of Music performance shouldn't be a problem with Thomas Beisl around. Jumping on the very tiny Austrian bandwagon, this elegant space serves... More »
Kate Simko is a little different from the Spectral Sound crew she came up with: Her minimal house has a more humanly visceral Chicago edge, but, on the other hand, she also has a highbrow, classics-trained film-scoring, Philip Glass-remixing side. The end result is music that’s a little dark but always animated. The best Detroit techno is often called soulful, but Recloose takes that...
Sometimes unexpected creativity can sprout even in a company town: Washington, D.C.’s Future Times is proving this by releasing some of our nation’s most vibrant new house. The label’s flagship act, Beautiful Swimmers, borrows from Detroit techno soul, imports some British quirks, and drafts a sound that’s winsome but never ingratiating. It’s a bubbling, wriggling...
Schnitzel is as basic to Austrian food as boob jobs are to Playboy Playmates. But like fake breasts (as we women tell ourselves), schnitzel can leave a lot to be desired. Usually the cutlets are dry as cardboard and taste of oily breadcrumbs. Fortunately, Austrian cuisine is made up of more than just fried cuts of meat—not that New Yorkers would know it. The city boasts only about a...
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