St. Peter Stiftskulinarium in Salzburg, Austria was originally founded as a monastery, not an eatery, during the Seventh Century A.D. In 803, Bishop Arno of Salzburg reported dining there. So we can say that this establishment has been serving food to visitors for over 1,200 years.
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Now, though, unlike Bishop Arno, you have to pay for your food. Moss and Fog describes and provides photos of this beautiful mixture of medieval architecture and modern fine dining.
Christopher Columbus himself might have eaten here. In 1783, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ate here with his family. You can have a similar experience and enjoy classical and modern Austrian cuisine at the restaurant. There’s also a Mozart-themed banquet that features live music while you eat.
-via Nag on the Lake | Photo: St. Peter Stiftskulinarium