Club Sunshine in the Meierei, Roxy in the Opernpassage, Babenberger Passage at the Volkstheater and the radio station 98.3 Superfly - the Viennese party crowd associate these names with Sunshine Enterprises. Now, also the Albertina Passage Dinner Club is on the agenda of the lifestyle label. Located in a former pedestrian subway at the Viennese State Opera, it hosts jazz shows on an own stage, and offers a cigar club, a smokers' bar and culinary creations by Alexander Kumptner, a former student of celebrity chef Reinhard Gerer. Inspired by Quentin Tarantino's Jack Rabbit Slims Twist Contest the architects at Söhne & Partner have created the low-keyed venue for up to 300 guests. These amuse themselves in intimate boxes, sipping cocktails like Persian Mule or Espresso Martini and indulging in raw wild salmon with black avocado and glazed snails with parsley sauce. After a live programme the DJ puts on tunes and provides the right mood for a night out that will last until the early morning hours. That's simply Sunshine Enterprises.
Nothing fancy, not expensive, but cosy and popular: This is the perfect description of the restaurant of the two Lieserl'n. The menu is rich and varied: Wiener Schnitzel, Parisian, Serbian, unbreaded Schnitzel and Cordon Bleu, pork or turkey. We recommend the Wiener, which not only tastes wonderful but also comes along in an unbeatable size. After all, this is what the place is famous for. The Schnitzel size is just as legendary as the cosy Schanigarten in the patio as well as the perfect potato salad. Small tip: Normal eaters can easily order the children's portion.