Austrian museum offers multi-course dinner/exhibit viewing combo

  • Kunsthistorisches Museum, Theseus Slaying a Centaur, Antonio Canova, 1812.  Photo: Flickr user arthistory390

    Kunsthistorisches Museum, Theseus Slaying a Centaur, Antonio Canova, 1812. Photo: Flickr user arthistory390

On Thursday nights, Vienna's Museum of Fine Arts lures in tourists and locals alike with a tantalizing dinner and dessert buffet, not to mention the masterpieces of art. Leading caterer Gerstner provides a lavish spread, allowing for a taste of Caprese salad after taking in a Canova.

Visitors can grab a first course then meander over to the Raphaels, Rubens, and Bruegels, return for a glass of Austrian wine and an entree selection, and complete the evening soiree with a walk among works by the likes of Velazquez, Dürer, Titian, and Tintoretto, followed by dessert.

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