A dining experience of a different kind awaits you in Europe’s oldest restaurant paired with traditionally influenced contemporary music and a delicious three-course-dinner. The only thing that’s missing is you.
The Stiftskeller St. Peter was first documented in the year 803, when it was mentioned by the scholar Alcuin – a follower of Charlemagne – and as such it takes its place as the oldest Restaurant in Europe.
When History and Zeitgeist meet, one finds oneself in the best possible company. St. Peter Stiftskeller – the restaurant, at the very heart of Salzburg old town, is one of those rare places where such an encounter is possible. Today the restaurant includes no less than twelve historic salons, each with incomparable character and charm, varying in size from small and intimate to large and lavish.
But St. Peter’s offers more than fine dining. In the charming candle-lit setting of the historic Baroque Hall five musicians and two singers in historic costumes perform the loveliest arias of Mozart’s most renowned operas – Don Giovanini, Le Nozze di Figaro and The Magic Flute – accompanied by a delicious three course menu.