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Café Central

Café Central

Boasting 130 years of history, Cafe Central has seen countless personas from the world of art, literature and politics sitting under its vaulted ceiling. Despite being extremely popular with tourists (there's often a queue, but it moves quickly) this is everything but a tourist trap: the magnificent architecture of this legendary coffeehouse is the setting of top-quality coffee specialities, traditional Viennese cuisine and mouth-watering pastries from the in-house patisserie. Try the chocolate-truffle Altenbergtorte.
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Café Museum

Café Museum

The Café Museum was a meeting point for the big names during the turn of the century (Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Oskar Kokoschka and Otto Wagner among others), having opened in 1899 nearby Naschmarkt and the Secession. The original very modest creation by Adolf Loos, who subsequently became a regular, was replaced in 1931 by Josef Zotti. After closing and refurbishing works, the cafe was renovated in Zotti’s style and reopened in 2010 with new interior decorations. Try the three desert selection with Sacher, Mozart and Raspberry Quark mini cakes.
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