The Kaffeemuseum presents the city’s long-standing love affair with caffeine through tours, courses and countless artifacts from yesteryear.
"When I don't feel at home, I go to the coffeehouse"
Food & Drink
Wilde Ehe marries chill savoir-faire with thoughtful quality – just don’t ask about the name.
Viennese legend Susanne Widl discusses her Café Korb upbringing, her illustrious past and the future of how we spend time together – inside the 'Kaffeehaus' and out.
Between 1890 and 1920, Vienna was a world leader in design. An unlikely mix of imperial decree and cultural revolution drove the Wiener Ästhetik and left its mark on the city even today.
Metropole’s publisher introduces the winter issue, which is all about the “Kaffeehaus.”
Set in the gloaming of the Habsburg Empire, Katja Perat’s ardent debut novel is a fictional coming-of-age memoir from the daughter of the world’s first “masochist."
The pandemic has wreaked havoc on Vienna’s eateries, but there are still lots of ways to indulge yourself: Some restau- rants have managed to adapt to the age of corona, offering groceries, wine and other delicacies to go, as food mar- kets and delicatessens are exempt from lockdown. Here are some of our favorites!
“Vienna has a great coffeehouse culture, but sadly – or in my case, fortunately – a bad coffee culture when it comes to quality.”
In Sylvia Petter’s debut novel All the Beautiful Liars, Katrina Klain arrives in Vienna in search of the lost pieces of her life.
Vienna’s coffeehouses are a cherished pillar of the city’s cultural life – but that may not be enough to keep them alive.
“I’m not sure I know what fourth wave coffee culture is – but I know I’m the tsunami!”
Thanks to successive lockdowns and closed cinemas, streaming has become an even bigger part of our pandemic lives, and while many productions grinded to a halt last year, this spring’s lineup features an iconic superhero indulging in ’80s nostalgia, a Victorian sci-fi extravaganza, a comedy icon revisiting one of his most beloved characters, an animated Bollywood melodrama and a madcap Spanish road saga.
What remains of public trust in the state is vanishing rapidly as the coronavirus roars back into the region.
Southeastern Europe is one of the world's fastest shrinking regions. What drives so many young and well-educated abroad?
Food & Drink
Alma Gastrothèque serves soulful vegetables and natural wines with esprit.
Business & Career
How the new director of the Vienna International School left her small town for distant places and turned her passion for learning into a mission to educate for change.
A myth, a tradition, but most of all a very real place that many in the Austrian capital cannot imagine life without.
“I wish global politics were more like the global coffee community: We have no borders and we work together to make coffee better.”
As the world awaits a vaccine, Polymun, a small high-tech company provides essential ingredients for the first candidate to reach the EU Market.
Independent biotech firm Axon Neuroscience – in neighboring Slovakia – is developing a vaccine for COVID-19 with a uniquely targeted approach.
A new collection of essays by the renowned journalist retakes the pulse of Central Europe 30 years after communism, and finds the optimism faded into disappointment, fueling an exodus.
Designed in Austria and produced in Germany, this ingenious face mask brings back non-verbal communication in times of corona.