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Café Diglas – Vienna, Austria



Café Diglas

43 (1) 512 5765
Grünangergasse 1
1010 Wien – Austria



A few steps behind St. Stephens Cathedral (Stephansdom) you will find the Café Central.  Quite cute and full of so many of Vienna’s tasty pastries it is difficult to choose.

Another of the many fine examples of the Viennese coffehouse the Café Central is a great place to escape the throngs.

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Művész Kávéház – Budapest, Hungary

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Művész Kávéház

Reataurant – Cafe – Bar
(36)  1 – 352 1337
(36)  1 – 343 3544
1061 Budapest  District 6,
Andrássy út 29.
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Only a block away from the Opera (the opposite direction from the Callas)  the Művész Kávéház  smolders in  the atmosphere of an authentic eastern European coffee house- which it has been from 1899.   The ambiance is complete with its tall-smoky ceilings, dim golden light and crystal chandeliers.  Upon entry you will find, in the first room, a small bar with a nice selection of aperitifs.   Passing to the second room , you encounter a desert display with a diverse selection of delicious treats.


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Stopping in the lovely Művész Kávéház coffee house before or after the Opera is a wonderful plan.  The desserts are amazing and during the warmer months, the outdoor seating is quite pleasant.

Getting there is very easy as it is quite close to the M1 Opera metro stop, or via the Trolley-bus.










Café-Restaurant Milo – Vienna, Austria

Café-Restaurant Milo

43 (1) 523 65 66
7 Architekturzentrum Wien Museumsplatz 1,
Vienna, Austria


9:00am – 12:00pm Monday – Friday
10:00am – 12:00pm Saturday
10:00am – 06:00pm Sunday

Café-Restaurant Milo (formally the Café-Restaurant Una) is located in one of the original wings of the imperial stables.  The vaulted ceilings are covered with a beautifull pattern of oriental tiles designed by by Asiye Kolbai-Kafalier (Vienna).  The atmosphere is a bit minimalist and cold (It is Austria!), but  it is definitely worth visiting to enjoy the work of architects Anne Lacaton and Jean Philippe Vassal.