You'll find many more tourists than locals at this pan-European restaurant just off the busy Getreidegasse. What has Till Eulenspiegel, a 14th-century jester, to do with Salzburg? Not much, but when Hans Grassl opened this restaurant in 1950, he decided to go for it. Spiffily restored, the restaurant allures with rustic wooden furniture, old folio volumes, antique weapons, and open fireplaces. Tables gleaming with white linen are set in wonderful nooks and crannies reached
by odd staircases and charming salons, like the tiny "women's apartment." Generous portions of traditional dishes satisfy travelers.
Hagenauerplatz 2, Salzburg, A-5020, Austria