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Viener Fest

615-730-5085  •  $$
ADDRESS: 117 28th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37203

CUISINE: German, Austrian, Sandwiches, Late-Night Dining

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS
You're sure to be impressed by the schnitzels, the sausages and the general good-naturedness of Viener Fest, the early 2013-debuting German-Austrian spot overlooking Centennial Park. Start with pretzel bites and cheese or the sausage sampler (the sausages sourced from Batey Farms in Murfreesboro), which comes with excellent sauerkraut, marble rye bread and a small serving of chunky applesauce that's worth ordering as a full side. House-made spaetzle also works well as a side to the schnitzels, offered in veal, pork, chicken and eggplant varieties. As a nightly special on one visit, pan-sauteed trout in brown butter sauce made for a splendid counterpoint to the heavier Austrian-German fare. The full bar features hand-crafted cocktails, a number of German and American wines and craft beers, and a daily afternoon-long happy hour.



Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Thu-Sat. Closed Mon from Memorial Day-Labor Day.
"On one visit, the plentiful sampler of three steamed-and-grilled sausages included brats, andouille and Swiss-cheese-filled käsekrainers, which were like excellent grown-up versions of those cheese-injected hot dogs we used to beg Mom to buy when we were kids."  
— Carrington Fox, Nashville Scene, March 7, 2013

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You're sure to be impressed by the schnitzels, the sausages and the general good-naturedness of Viener Fest, the early 2013-debuting German-Austrian spot overlooking Centennial Park. Start with pretzel bites and cheese or the sausage sampler (the sausages sourced from Batey Farms in Murfreesboro), which comes with excellent sauerkraut, marble rye bread and a small serving of chunky applesauce that's worth ordering as a full side. House-made spaetzle also works well as a side to the schnitzels, offered in veal, pork, chicken and eggplant varieties. As a nightly special on one visit, pan-sauteed trout in brown butter sauce made for a splendid counterpoint to the heavier Austrian-German fare. The full bar features hand-crafted cocktails, a number of German and American wines and craft beers, and a daily afternoon-long happy hour.



 
"On one visit, the plentiful sampler of three steamed-and-grilled sausages included brats, andouille and Swiss-cheese-filled käsekrainers, which were like excellent grown-up versions of those cheese-injected hot dogs we used to beg Mom to buy when we were kids."  
— Carrington Fox, Nashville Scene, March 7, 2013
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Thu-Sat. Closed Mon from Memorial Day-Labor Day.

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