Insider tip: Makro1´s location in Vienna
The joke about our location is the name of the street: “Fleischmarkt” which means “meat market”. However, we have turned it around to our individual theme: No meat at meat market.
“No meat at meat market” has a long tradition: Back in 1982 when the former Makrokosmos opened its doors being all organic and vegan wasn´t a big thing in Vienna. Continuing with this heritage we are proud seeing Makro1 as one of the first shop to start selling organic and vegan food in Vienna. Today we uphold the tradition, honouring it and keep on cooking homemade and vegan lunch based on all organic ingredients.
Makro1 is located in the first district, the centre of Vienna in a quiet, green atrium called “Mandalahof”. You may know the historical character of Vienna particularly the first district where Makro1 is located. The historic centre of Vienna is even on UNESCO´s World Heritage List. On the way to Makro1 you might visit several of the most famous and most popular monuments and buildings of Vienna.
In between an exciting day of sight-seeing you can refresh with lunch and cold drinks or coffee and cake at Makro1. If the weather is nice, you can take a seat and eat outside in between old ivy and a water fountain. Or you can come in and sit down for a while in our little, cosy shop. We have a long, so called “family”-table where everybody can sit together – friendships have already been started here – or you take a seat at the comfortable sofa or at the separate stands. If you are in a hurry or just want to eat somewhere else, everything is prepared for Take Away.
Enjoy your meal and enjoy Vienna!
Find Makro1 at Fleischmarkt 16 in Vienna
We highly recommend the path through the street “Griechengasse” which is easy to find when you´re walking from the station Schwedenplatz (U1, U4) via the street “Hafnersteig”. The small street “Griechengasse” impresses because of its well-conserved historic streetscape and is located in the historical “Griechenviertel” which means Greek´s neighbourhood.
Back in the 17th century, this area got its name from Greek merchants trading there. Today one can still gaze the unique and beautiful architecture of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church on Fleischmarkt 13 (just across the street from Makro1).