Many restaurants have set up shop in former stalls on the market square in the artsy neighborhood that has sprung up around Karmelitermarkt, just across the Donaukanal, including Skopik & Lohn. The owner originally intended to open in New York, but fate landed it a few footsteps from the square and to great acclaim. The menu features international fare, such as roast chicken with figs and chestnuts, and linguini with fresh chanterell mushrooms (which only grow two
months out of the year). The interior is rather minimalist and modern, except for artist Otto Zitko's massive doodling spree on the ceiling. The black-and-white art creeps like a vine onto the walls and you want to get out your markers and color it in.