Here you are going to experience with all your senses the magically appealing atmosphere of the oriental bazaar, where they offer agricultural products along with consumer goods from Austria and all over the world. The name itself originates from the well which was built by Emperor Joseph II in the late 18th century in the former suburb of Vienna Neulerchenfeld for the drinking water supply. At the same time the Yppenmarkt arose and merged later on with the Brunnenmarkt.
After the temporary decay of the market and the widespread renovation during the last years the quarters around the Brunnemarkt have been evolving into urban melting pot of different cultures. Artists, creative folks and students have settled in the neighbourhood and a manifold young cultural scene was formed. Nowadays the Brunnenmarkt is a booming hotspot and a parade example of the intercultural joie de vivre
MO to FR: 6am - 7.30pm and SA 6am - 5pm
Visiting the Viennese Marmalade Kaiser at Yppenmarkt you find fruity marmalade, exquisite confitures, fresh juices and wide choice of pickled vegetable specialities from own cultivation.
It is the best place for flower lovers at Brunnemarkt. Ilse and Johann Weiser consult you charmingly and competently in their blissfully smelling flower shop.
Where: Brunnengasse 59
Genuine Italian cuisine and delicious pizza. And low-priced different kinds of lunch menu which are regularly "tested" by us.
Where: Yppenplatz corner Payergasse
The fish restaurant with a gorgeous garden in Yppenplatz is certainly the best fish around here. You can meet here the Kluss family once in a while. Chitchat is required.
Turkish home cooking and specialities from the charcoal grill, in summer with a lovely restaurant garden. Meanwhile not an insiders´ tip any more.
Where: Brunnengasse 67
Gasthaus (pub) Café Müller
Traditional Viennese Beislküche (pub cuisine), large servings - low price with tables on the sidewalk. The typical genuine Viennese, natives from Hernals, Ottakring are still to be found here.
16er Würstelstand (The 16 Wurst Stand)
This wurst stand is another institution at Brunnenmarkt. Along with various speciality sausages, affectionately cooked by the chef, there is many an opportunity to become acquainted with a "Viennese Original" including language course. But also Mr. Blaser`s (the chef) "stories" pack a punch and are worth the visiting to be sure!
Where: Brunnengasse 67