All of the food at Café Nasch is vegan, and coffee drinks can be made with soy, oat or cow milk. Still we were able to try a delicious tofu Vörek (Nasch’s vegan spin on a Turkish specialty), a tofu wrap, and a super sweet peanut butter chocolate chip cookie. Then we took a walk around the Gängeviertel to see the architecture and graffiti.We will definitely be returning to the Gängeviertel in the new year!
Nothing feels more like Christmas than warm cookies and classic tunes, and I loved getting in the holiday spirit with my favorite person!
), so we walked back to the Rindermarkthalle at Feldstrasse to buy pizza-making supplies.
Then before taking the train back home, we stopped at the Weihnachtsmarkt in the Schanzenviertel for the last Glühwein of the season.
This area is home to an alternative community that organizes readings, concerts, art expositions, parties and more.
The Gängeviertel is composed of several old buildings, some dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries.