The UBS set and 1%ers on expense beeline to Kronnenhalle for $55 schnitzels at meticulously set tables under framed works by Picasso. While it’s a worthwhile splurge, Zurich’s next generation of artists, architects, and creatives forge a well-worn path to Volkshaus, an all-day restaurant and café with neon-lined ceiling pipes, private dividers separating banquette tables and an elegant tiled area and vintage bar. It’s cool enough to bring your Brooklyn friends to, but still quiet enough for a business lunch or an elegant dinner with mom. Mainstays include creamy carrot soups, egg and smoky speck spiked nusslisalads (lamb’s lettuce salads), crispy, oozing cordon bleus, and beef tartare with an umami bomb of capers and parm. Cocktails and Swiss wines by the glass, like a low-acid Petite Arvine, are priced under 10CHF, unheard of in Zurich.