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Once a much-loved, yet dark and dingy pastry shop, Café Z reflects exactly how people setting the zeitgeist in Vienna are doing so in the 15th. The owner, who’s a 15th district native and saw her neighborhood’s potential way back, has preserved the old retro charm of the café, yet given it a crisp,…
Super nice, quiet vienniese breakfast. (lunch, dinner) An old Konditorei turned into something new. Sit and work or chat. 3 stops with u3 from Zieglergasse. Sit outside (March - November) with a view on Schönbrunn.
Stylo coffeeshop owned by nice, grounded people... fair trade, bio bio food in an original 70ies ambiente.
This is a very nice place where you can have great breakfast, delicious and fresh lunch or a nice coffee in the afternoon.
Just around the corner! It is an amazing and quiet place to be! Just check there lunch menus and the amazing Crepes!
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“great authentic viennese place. Usually no tourists, a real gem. Really close to the appartment. Nice to sit outside... !”
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“While it looks trashy on the outside, don’t let your preconceived ideas get the better of you when it comes to this colourful permanent indoor market. With a history behind it that still stands in the impressive stone entrance that can be seen from the outside, the Meiselmarkt is a strange mix of a place unparalled in Vienna. While the upper floor plays host to the regular shop chains, pay particular attention to the ground floor, where you’ll find bustling vegetable stalls, butchers with smoked legs of pork hanging from the ceiling, shops selling those hard-to-find exotic goods, and a number of traditional Beisls that have survived the test of times with their long-term Stammgäste throwing back beers and puffing on cigarettes out front.”
- Recomendado por 11 habitantes del lugar