OUR MOZART DINNER CONCERT IN SALZBURG

AN EXCLUSIVE FEAST FOR THE SENSES

Do you love both classical music and haute cuisine? If so, then you have something in common with Salzburg’s most famous son, who himself visited St. Peter Stiftskulinarium. Experience an evening that takes you back in time to the year 1790.

Join us in celebrating Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s compositions, brought to life in style by the virtuosic musicians and vocalists of the Salzburg Mozart Consort. Revel in a banquet hall bathed in candlelight and a menu that draws its inspiration from the baroque age and that has been reinterpreted using the exquisite Gault&Millau-listed cuisine of St. Peter Stiftskulinarium.

As Europe’s oldest restaurant, St. Peter Stiftskulinarium is the first port of call for discerning diners. Every evening, we present our award-winning culinary philosophy, which is authentic yet sophisticated, and impress even seasoned connoisseurs with the variety, creativity and outstanding quality of our cuisine.

DINE IN STYLE IN OUR HISTORIC BAROCKSAAL BANQUET HALL

In the warm candlelight of the Barocksaal banquet hall at St. Peter Stiftskulinarium, you can indulge in a feast for the senses! This banquet hall, which was built in 1903 in a baroque style, boasts magnificent stucco and imposing frescoes.

A CONCERT SHOWCASING MOZART’S FINEST WORKS

Petrusstube

Ground Floor | For 70-80 guests

A room of rustic charm with loving attention to detail.

Wolfgangstube

Ground Floor | For 25–28 guests

Where tradition meets modernity. The historic walls are staged with modern furnishings giving yesteryear a stylish new coat.

Richardstube

Ground Floor | For 60-70 guests

1200 ago it was the wine cellar, today it is an artfully-designed “Stube”.

Courtyard and Lounge

Ground Floor | For 300 guests

In summer, guests enjoy the outside area of our courtyard, as well as the arcaded seating carved from rock. In wintertime, this space transforms into a Christmas wonderland.

Refugium

First Floor | For 10-18 guests

An intimate setting for small, elegant gatherings.

Haydnsaal

First Floor | For 70-90 guests

In 1763, Michael Haydn, the brother of composer Joseph Haydn, lived in this room of the old Monastery. In this room, Michael founded his men’s choir.

Virgilsalon

First Floor | For 30-36 guests

White leather, red walls, a white chandelier – the Virgil Salon is an elegant space for stylish celebrations.

Séparée im Berg

First Floor | For 40-54 guests

The stone vaulted chamber carved into the Mönchsberg lends this room a special character.

Barocksaal

First Floor | For 160-180 guests

Dine as Mozart would have. The Baroque-style banquet hall from 1903 with its antiques and frescoes is an architectural masterpiece.

Prälatenstube

Ground Floor | For 24 guests

The wood-paneled walls exude peace and warmth. Elegance and enjoyment blend harmoniously.

Bürgerstube

Ground Floor | For 24 guests

The oldest room in St. Peter Stiftskulinarium reflects our commitment to tradition.

Haute cuisine meets high art

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