Inspired by the glorious tradition of Italian hospitality and still run by the same family, the Viennese Hotel Regina still preserves a unique, historic menu. At midday, it indicated “Maximilianplatz”, but the evening meal had a hand-written “Adolf Hitler Platz”. The day was 13 March 1938, that of the Anschluss, when the Republic of Austria was annexed by Nazi Germany. Ironically, the square is now named after President Roosevelt. Originally a beer house, just a stone’s throw from the university, it has always been a meeting place for intellectuals.
Rooseveltplatz 15, A-1096 Wien (A)
- Peter Kremslehner - Licensee
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