A Guide to Vienna’s Wildest Nightclubs

Can a city best known for its chamber orchestra and opera house really have a wild side? Spend a few nights at megaclubs like Flex and Nachtwerk and you won’t have to ask that question again. Yes, Vienna’s reputation as a city of music does, in fact, extend to techno.

Widely considered one of Europe’s best clubs, Flex houses a sound system that’s undeniably the best in Vienna. While the music selection has become more mainstream than it once was, DJs from Austria and abroad still play a good mix of house and techno, and live performances by underground bands keep things from getting too settled.

In summer, clubbers spill out from the sultry dance hall onto the Danube embankment and crowds congregate on the waterside terrace right up until dawn.

If you don’t want to pay to join the masses in the main hall, relax in the Flex Cafe for an evening of people watching. In the cafe, computers connected to a jukebox let guests select from an archive of over 700 CDs with house, easy listening, and mellow background music.

For many, Nachtwerk sets the standard for the nightclubs of Vienna. You know a club’s got something when not even its inconvenient location out in the 23rd district can dampen its popularity. Every night, themed music parties draw hundreds to Nachtwerk’s split-level dance floors, bars, pizzeria, and classy cafe. Several times a month, the club throws a party in the name of whichever drink they’ve decided to sell cheap that night. If you’re in Vienna for the long term, pick up a VIP card for access to the reserved dance floor along and a few other perks.

The vaulted arches of a subway may seem an awkward location for a nightclub, but the owners of the celebrated Chelsea have turned this once barren space into a concert room and club area for parties of up to 250 people. In any case, the subway is more socially acceptable than the apartment cellar where the club was originally housed. The music selection consists of a little bit of everything, with live performances by Austrian and internationally known bands. Each of the Chelsea’s three dance rooms is equipped with its own bar offering mixed drinks, beer, and whiskey.

Its fortunate location in the palace garden is partially responsible for this clubs fame, but even without that the Volksgarten can hold its own. The DJs-reputedly some of the best in Vienna-spin hip-hop, house, rhythm and blues, and disco, with a different music style every night. The young and hip pack into a dance huge hall with a retractable roof, while less intense types sip cocktails in the Volksgarten Pavilion or cool off in the outdoor pool. Summer brings weekend disco and club nights and the garden is turned into an open-air ballroom. The view of the Hofburg Palace, Parliament building, and the Burgtheater surrounding Volksgarten is another reason to give this club a try.

Another club with a subway connection, the popular U4 was named after the subway stop near its entrance. Appearances here by Austrian rock singer Falco helped put the U4 on the map and the club still holds live concerts and shows featuring well-known bands. The type of clientele that gathers on the two dance floors varies according to the music theme for the night. Friday’s draws the retro crowd for 80’s and 90’s pop music. Soul, funk, and disco are on offer on Saturday nights, while Sunday is Flower Power night. Vienna’s best-known gay club event, Heaven Night, takes place at the U4 every Thursday.

The sound system may not be remarkable, but the deep red plush and creatively kitschy decor earn this little bar in the sixth district a place among Vienna’s wildest clubs. The “Dancecafe Beyond” lives up to its name with an atmosphere that’s definitely beyond the ordinary. After all, at how many other clubs can you sip your cocktails and longdrinks at a red velvet bar or munch snacks at a table under a disco ball and a portrait of Elvis Presley. Not to be outdone by the visual effects, funk, soul, jazz, and pop music play throughout the night. Unfortunately for club goers, Tanzcafe Jenseits’ popularity is bigger than its dance floor, so if you don’t come early you may have to queue to get in.

Vienna’s waltz may have lost its image as a wild indulgence, but the Viennese have found plenty of other to keep their nightlife hot. Whether its crowds and techno you seek or a night of funk and soul, Vienna’s nightclubs will give you a reason to stay out ’til dawn.

Aenco ICO Review

Healthcare is a very important industry in today’s society. Aenco is looking to revolutionalize the healthcare industry by introducing the blockchain, smart contracts, and tokenization.

Paying for healthcare services can be very difficult but by using Aenco and the AEN token it helps and makes it much easier. The AEN token is the key building block for the service and is at the heart of this ecosystem.

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The purpose of Aenco is to create an ecosystem for innovators and researchers, so everyone can work together, and help discover new healthcare research. Aenco could be the future solution to helping find a cure for cancer, or other serious diseases.

This one umbrella platform will help combine the fintech, investment banking, and healthcare industries together, allowing everyone to collaborate together and support all of these emerging industries.

Geoffrey Tiphen will be the CTO for the platform and will be producing the smart contracts for the service. Right now they are building on the Ethereum blockchain, however soon they could be transferred onto the EOS blockchain or others.

This ICO has been given amazing reviews, such as 5.0 from TrackICO, a 4.4 from FindICO, and a 4.02 rating from thetechinsider.org.

The public sale for this ICO will begin in 19 days and 13 hours, the CEO looks very excited and the team boasts a ton of potential. We think this ICO could be a good investment opportunity, however, we can’t give any financial advice.

You should read their whitepaper which gives a ton of information on the ICO and helps you get a better understanding of what they are aiming to do with their all-star team. Social media influencers such as Ian Balina have recommended Aenco as one of their top ICOs of 2018. We believe this can be as big as some other big cryptocurrencies such as Credits, Dragonchain and TRX.

You can find their roadmap here and their whitepaper here.

Comparison Of 3 Top Panini Presses

Cuisinart GR-4N Panini Press

The GR-4N is a much cheaper version of the GR-150, however, functions just as well. Performing as a contact grill, panini press, full grill, full griddle as well as half grills/griddle.

The GR-4n a brushed stainless steel build, holding the heating components inside with a sturdy handle with heat resistant properties to help keep your hands safe. Similar the GR-150 it has removable cooking trays which makes this grill a very easy to use, cook and clean. Cuisinart offers a 3-year warranty on all of their grills and kitchen appliances so should you run into any issues or have any manufacturing faults with the appliance, then you can easily replace it by simply sending it to Cuisinart and getting a replacement.

Oster DuraCeramic Panini Maker and Grill

The Oster DuraCeramic Panini Press is one of a kind. If you are like most and are endlessly frustrated with seeing your nonstick surface peel and fade over time, then you will be happy to know that the Dura Ceramic will not degrade over long periods of time and will stay just as effective from the day you purchase. The nonstick ceramic coating is made without harmful chemicals and will actually cook your food up to 20% faster. This grill was the top rated by Del.icio.us.com.

Oster DuraCeramic Panini MakerAlthough the grill and panini press is much cheaper than the more reputable brands, it does come with some downsides. The first being the lack of a drip catcher inside the grill and the second being the lack of warranty on the grill. Seeing as the brand Oster is much less well known than other brands such as Cuisinart the build quality looks good on first purchase, however, we are unsure how durable and how well made the appliances are.

Breville BSG520XL Panini Duo 1500-Watt Nonstick Panini Press

The BSG520XL is a market leader, however, has been declining in popularity. Breville is a well-known brand in the kitchen appliance market and for good reason, they supply some of the best kitchen appliances and in this case one of the best panini press machines available to purchase.

For a modest price range, they supply everything you will need from a panini maker, whilst keeping the power high and the build quality close to perfect. Using a 1500 watt quantum cooking surface, you can cook everything from burgers to paninis, and make some delicious food in no time.

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