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This large place is always jammed, in winter as well as in summer. As soon as it gets warm, tables and chairs are put up on the pavement to welcome ice cream addicts. It's a good place to relax after your shopping tour and enjoy the mild air of the evening. Quality and choice here is excellent. If you want to order larger quantities and your favorite flavor is not on the list, they will prepare it just for you. When temperatures fall, the place resembles a bistro-café where you can get breakfast, Italian panini and Austrian cakes.
Traditional Viennese cafe right behind St. Stephen's Cathedral is a paradise for pastry fans. An "extended living room" the way you want it: Cozy, elegant and almost always open. Freshly-baked in their own pastry shop, Diglas serves nearly every sweet Viennese delicacy you can think of. But in case you are not one for sweets, the cafe also offers excellent Viennese cuisine.
Eissalon Tuchlauben has provided artisan gelato from its location in the heart of Vienna since 1962. Opened by the Perizzolo family, Eissalon's recipes have remained unchanged from their original incarnations in Italy. What makes Eissalon's service special is the high quality of ingredients used in the production of their ice cream. Austrian milk and fresh local toppings are delicately mixed in one of several of the shop's signature ice cream creations, ready for ice-cream-cravers to take on the go. While the flavors at Eissalon are fairly conventional for a gelateria, there are a few signature creations such as the Cornelian cherry which help set this hand-crafted creamery apart from others in the area. Perfect for a mid-day treat on a hot afternoon, Eissalon Tuchlauben is a Vienna institution worth a visit.
Eis Greissler brings their farm-to-table ice cream treats to travelers right from the heart of Vienna. A smash hit since their opening in 2011, Eis Greissler's success lies in the purity of its ingredients. The shop maintains a brigade of thirty-five cows who graze in pastures just outside of the city limits and provide all of the milk used to make the shop's signature selections. Eis Greissler maintains a stringent commitment to organic quality, rejecting additives, artificial coloring and eggs. Vegans have numerous options at this eco-conscious creamery, at least six of the eighteen rotating selections guaranteed to be vegan. With a charming interior swathed in bucolic blue gingham, Eis Greissler is not only a charming ice cream shop, but a trend-setting organic destination.
Established sing the 18th Century, Demel is a popular eatery in the city of Vienna. This cozy cafe is known for offering a range of decadent treats and is a heaven for chocolate lovers. Try the delicious cupcakes or the heavenly pastries, everything on the menu is sure to interest your palate. In addition to the sweet treats, Demel offers coffee variations and other refreshing beverages to accompany your meal here. The site also has a chocolate museum for the enthusiasts.
Named after the Grand Dame of the famous Austrian Sacher family, the decor is late 19th to early 20th Century in style and the restaurant is adorned with Anton Faistauer paintings creating a dreamy backdrop. You can choose from their luxurious seven, six, five or four course meals. The restaurant features light and easy foods for those who are conscious of what they eat serving up international cuisine, as well as local Viennese foods. The Sachertorte cake is the restaurant's crowning glory and a must try!
Café Sacher Wien, situated in Hotel Sacher Vienna, is an authentic 19th-century café with paintings from this era and piano music in the entrance hall. It has a deluxe feel with plush red carpeting and sofas, scarlet and cream walls with luxurious lamps, and vases with beautiful flowers. The authentic Sachertorte, a kind of chocolate torte, began its conquest of the gourmet world from this coffeehouse. The recipe for this brilliant combination of chocolate and apricot cake remains a secret of the Hotel Sacher. Only they are allowed to call their Sachertorte the original, so enjoy a delicious slice of the authentic one.
On the one hand the Café Sperl, which opened its doors in 1880, is a memento of old Vienna, but on the other hand the Thonet chairs, crystal chandeliers and marble tables create a timeless and stylish atmosphere. Artists and writers particularly like the Sperl and come here often. Visitors to Vienna will enjoy the classic and comfortable ambiance here.
Renowned pâtissier Edward Fruth's culinary creations are a gourmet delight. You'll be astounded by the incredible pastries, chocolates and confections before you, as soon as you step into the elegant boutique. Over 50 years of experience have culminated together to offer every customer an unforgettable experience. Hand-rolled truffles, colorful bonbons, ganache-filled chocolates and melt-in-the mouth eclairs and tarts are just some of the sweet treats on offer here. The patisserie specializes in Austrian classics like punschkrapfen, a rum-scented cake and pariser spitz, a chocolate covered mini pastry.
The Tichy stands as a glorious restaurant set up in a basement of a site in Vienna. It is one of the most popular ice cream parlors in town, that has been treating children with delicious desserts for over two decades. A splendid way to pamper your taste buds, the Coup Helen sundae comprising of vanilla ice-cream topped with pears and almonds that is served here is a hot favorite. The Nut Caramel ice cream cake, Black Forest Gateau and the pot pie are also highly recommended. Drop by to take a bite into what is Vienna's most memorable childhood treasures.