Vienna Part 2 | A Culinary Carnival

Vienna just before Christmas was magical. Between the architecture, the fresh breads, the stalls of mulled wine spotted throughout the city, the come-and-go sunshine, and the bustling crowds - it was the perfect little holiday getaway. Below are some of favorite 'food finds' in the ever-surprising Austrian capital. 

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By far our favorite foodie shop in Vienna: Julius Meinl, just off the main shopping street.

By far our favorite foodie shop in Vienna: Julius Meinl, just off the main shopping street.

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Naschmarket fruit stalls.

Naschmarket fruit stalls.

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Pretzel vendors, Museum Quarter.

Pretzel vendors, Museum Quarter.

Zotter 'choose and melt' hot chocolate...and they even had Lactose Free Milk (Naschmarket).

Zotter 'choose and melt' hot chocolate...and they even had Lactose Free Milk (Naschmarket).

Everywhere everywhere, gluhwein everywhere.

Everywhere everywhere, gluhwein everywhere.

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Deep fried Marzipan & Chocolate Dumplings served with jam and cream.

Deep fried Marzipan & Chocolate Dumplings served with jam and cream.

The best croissants we have ever tasted.

The best croissants we have ever tasted.

Girl loves her bratwurst and Austrian brew.

Girl loves her bratwurst and Austrian brew.

The Royal Opera House, intermission of The Nutcracker.

The Royal Opera House, intermission of The Nutcracker.