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Horváth

A meal at Horvath will likely be one of the most expensive of your trip, but if you’re looking for a high-end, unique meal, you can’t do better than this historic, wood-paneled, and light-filled spot. The menu is a modern take on traditional Austrian regional dishes, like venison schnitzel covered in coffee-herb sauce, and a traditional pate made from mushroom, not liver. The non-alcoholic drinks are particularly special - with blends of vegetables, oils, and tea reductions that we’d even recommend ordering in addition to the wine pairings.

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