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Austrian flag Consulate-General of Austria in New York

Address31 East 69th Street
New York, NY 10021
USA
Phonelocal: (212) 737.6400
international: +1.212.737.6400
Faxlocal: (212) 772.8926
international: +1.212.772.8926
Emailnew-york-gk@bmeia.gv.at
HoursMonday: 09.00-12.00, Tuesday: 09.00-12.00, Wednesday: 09.00-12.00, Thursday: 09.00-12.00, Friday: 09.00-12.00

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Frederick G. Herbert
Sun, 6 Jan 2013 23:17 EST
Austrian Food
My 24th Grand Mother, Margarete Archduchess VonHabsburg, traveled from Gratz to the Free Sate of Sachsen, about 1430, to wed Prince Frederick von Sachsen.
I am giving a party next month to celebrate the event, and all I remember about the food in Vienna, when I visited in the late 1950s, was that it was better than the food in Germany,and less expensive.
With all the official business that takes much of your time,can you please suggest what I should serve to be authentic Austrian food?
I appreciate your help to me with this unusual request.
Thanks, Fred

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