With its colorful stained windows this parlor has a special charm. It’s full of reminiscences of the local opera singer Richard Mayr (1877-1935) and his stations in Vienna and Salzburg, among others.
This is a landmark-protected and cultural-historical unique gothic inn parlor. 20 Episcopal shields with late-medieval motives on its walls can be admired.
The wooden interior is also neo-gothic.
It’s the modern all-rounder parlor at the Gablerbräu. It’s a link between the Richard-Mayr Stube and the Wappenstube: beer bar and a modern ambience in one room. It’s perfect for the speedy lunch guest,
Mediterranean piazza- and promenade feeling during summer at two sides of the Gablerbräu: at the Stefan-Zweig-Platz with its architectonic sensational “water games” and in the Linzer Gasse.