Like other aspects of Liechtenstein’s culture, the country’s cuisine has been vastly influenced by the surrounding nations of Central Europe. Meals like Schnitzel, smoked meats, cornmeal dumplings, and a variety of soups are frequently available for consumption. Not really known for its nightlife, there aren’t any noteworthy discotheques, but the majority of cities have bars and pubs. Wines are popular as the royal family runs their own vineyard and winery. Local beers are also available, but most places serve brews from surrounding European countries. Watering holes are laid back, and generally close pretty early.

Bars and Pubbing in Liechtenstein

The capital city, Vaduz, is home to several pubs for after-dark fun. Young adults will enjoy the liveliness of Vanini Bar (Hotel Adler, Herrengasse, Vaduz), while Apero Bar (Stadtle 13, Vaduz) is as close as one gets to a nightclub in Liechtenstein. The Restaurant Bar Gruneck (Am Schragen Weg 7, Vaduz) is a laid-back watering hole with an upbeat atmosphere on the weekends.

Central Hotel (Bahnhofstrasse, Schaan) is a popular hangout in Schaan. Bar Long John (Landstrasse 29, Schaan) is a common spot for foreigners and expatriates, too. Pool tables, arcades and flowing beers are found at The Central Garage (Bahnhofstrasse 6, Schaan).

Balzers is only a small country village. However, visitors who come for the breathtaking landscape will adore a chill nightlife, as well. CocoLoco (Egerta 54, Balzers) is one of the most happening places, while Magnet Discotheque (Gewerbeweg 7, Balzers) is Liechtenstein’s number one dance club. For a cheap night out with friends, head to Pacha Bar (Landstrasse 22, Balzers).

Dining and Cuisine in Liechtenstein

Royal family members often frequent Restaurant Real (Stadtle 21, Vaduz) for its superb dining facilities and intricately-designed cuisine. French food is offered at Restaurant Torkel (Hintergasse 9, Vaduz), which is owned by the prince of Liechtenstein. One of the finest restaurants in the country is the Residence Restaurant (Stadtle 23, Vaduz), which offers Swiss, Austrian, German, and International cuisine.

Even though Vaduz has a great range of eateries, there are numerous restaurants in the town of Schaan that attract diners from the capital. Schaanerhof (In der Ballota 3, Schaan) is a small hotel with an interesting dinner spot. B’eat (Im Alten Riet 22, Schaan) is another great option for delectable local tastes, and Hotel Linde (Feldkircher Strasse 1, Schaan) boasts a welcoming atmosphere that is perfect for date night.

In the rural town of Blazers, Restaurant Leonardo (Hotel Hofbalzers, Hofel 2, Balzers) offers some truly magnificent fish dishes. Big enough to fit 50 guests, Restaurant Riet (Rietstrasse 5, Balzers) is a tremendous establishment serving local and regional Liechtenstein favorites. Another cozy spot is Restaurant Engel (Hofle 47, Balzers).