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Wallse

(5 Ratings)
Modern interpretation of classical Viennese cuisine

Wallse opened in 2000, and features delicious Viennese cuisine in an elegant and simple environment decorated with artwork from Julian Schnabel's private collection.



Hours
Mon-Sat 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Sun 11:30 am - 2:30 pm


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Reviews

thomnycboy
thomnycboy
Over a year ago

Modern take on Austrian cuisine


siggybear
siggybear first review First to Review
Over a year ago

over- priced and filled with attitude

If you like your mediocre food served with a dose of " I'm so cool and you're not!" then Wallse may work for you.


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