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.
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.
OPEN HOURS: 7:00am-11:00pm Mon-Sat 11:00am- 8:00m Sun
The Café Sperl is our favorite coffee haus in Vienna!
Located in the 6th District, Café Sperl first opened in 1880. Its very tall ceilings are tinted with centuries of cigarette smoke, while its immense windows look out on Gumpendorfe strasse and light floats onto the billiard tables.
Entering the building is to travel back in time; Starting with the ceiling, the ferry relief at the entry and all the people of myriads of ages sharing a coffee or a cake, reading the paper, playing bridge or chess .. everyone is passing the day, slowly and quietly. Crystal and brass chandeliers give a warm light to the thornet chairs, velvet booths and Bridge tables.