The Best Dry Martini in South America? Yes, I can personally attest to the supreme drinkability of the Vienna Martini for 23 of its 25 years! So Smoooth. The Dry Martini there is balanced, the temperature perfect! And as for mental health benefits and restorative properties, if you drink but one (or two) as an aperitif, your meal is sure to be rejuvenating and refreshing and that translates into long-life!
And at Restaurant Vienna, they are so confident in their skills they have created a Martini of their own; the Ancho-tini (pictured above left - the classic above right). Try one and then the other, gin or vodka. The staff bartending abilities will always shine through ensuring your appreciation every sip.
Austrian Owner Paul Stach studied hotelier and cuisine in Canada. It is there he learnt the fine art of the Dry Martini. And he designed and built the restaurant to exacting specification for the satisfaction of his customers. Since opening to the public April 7th 1992, the Vienna has been the epicenter of attentive service in old world comfort. Add The Best Dry Martini in South America and you have an evening that is worth remembering and a memory that will prompt you to return time and again.