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This charming old-style coffee house is quintessentially Viennese and situated smack in the middle of one of Vienna’s trendiest neighborhoods. It’s been an institution since 1907 and holds its own as one of the few traditional coffeehouses in the area. Besides delicious coffee and mouthwatering Viennese cuisine, the café hosts lots of events. Also, they serve breakfast (and everything else) all day.

Mon-Sat 8:00-24:00, Sun 9:00-22:00

16., Ottakringer Straße 117


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Bros. Pizza

The owners of Bros. Pizza are taking a new approach to everybody’s favorite pie. While staying true to most traditional methods, they’re mixing it up with a unique sourdough crust, making a healthier alternative for pizza lovers. Toppings are seasonal or traditional Italian.

Mon-Sat, 12:00-20:00, 

7., Zollergasse 2, pizzabros.at

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We present contemporary art from circa 1950 to the present day. Abstraction, a timeless vocabulary of color and form that incorporates the “space,” reduction and concentration on the essential and also concrete art all the way to minimalism are the main focus of the gallery. We present artists like Dora Maurer (H), Janos Megyik (SLK), Zbynek Sekal (CZ), Robert Schad (D), Joachim Bandau (D), Rita Ernst (CH), Sonia Costantini (I), Branko Lenart (SLO) and Florentina Pakosta and Hermann Painitz (A). Come visit us!

Wed by appointment only, Thu-Fri 13:00-18:00, Sat 11:00-15:00

1., Singerstrasse 15/entrance Grünangergasse


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Red Wing, founded in 1905, opened its 8th European store in Vienna in October 2016. The Red Wing Heritage Collection and newly launched Women’s Collection is spread over 100m2, making it the largest store in Europe. The complete Red Wing experience includes advice on proper fit and boot care, insights into leather and construction, as well as repair and resoling. The store also carries high-quality brands like Filson and Stetson.

Mon–Fri 10:00–18:00, Sat 10:00–17:00

7., Lerchenfelder Straße 65

(01) 944 42 97


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Frameshore is a state-of-the-art framing studio that offers a wide range of museum-grade framing services at reasonable and transparent prices. It is run by a fifth generation framemaker and an investment professional, so your artwork and photos are certainly in the best hands. Check out their unique vintage furniture and browse through their frames in a relaxing yet sophisticated atmosphere. It’s definitely the hottest framing shop in town!

Tue-Fri 11:00-19:00 Sat 10:00-16:00

6., Theobaldgasse 14


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Max & Benito

If you’re craving Cal Mex, drop by Max & Benito! Both locations in the 1st and 7th districts serve authentic tacos, burritos and other treats, with their new place on Mariahilfer Straße boasting even more space for burrito therapy.

Mon-Sat, 11:00-22:00

7., Mariahilfer Straße 4  maxbenito.at

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“I wanted to prove that good food and good prices aren’t mutually exclusive,” Carmen Mihalcea explains. In her restaurant you will find a friendly shabby-chic ambiance and Provençal flair, where she serves international cuisine that provides something for everyone: burgers, fish and chips, and French classics like quiche lorraine, ratatouille and onion soup.

Mon-Fri 11:00-23:00, Sat 11:00-23:45

6., Amerlingstrasse 15



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A sneaker lover’s sneaker store, this Vienna institution defies the High Street with its curated mix of current styles and timeless classics. Enjoy unhurried service in this shoe oasis just minutes from the Mahü madness, as David and Sevo help you find the perfect pair of kicks.

Mon-Fri 11:00-19:00, Sat. 11:00-18:00

7., Kirchengasse 26

(01) 923 55 85


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Just a few minutes’ walk from Vienna’s Main Station and the Belvedere Palace, the AZIMUT Hotel Vienna**** welcomes its guests after a major renovation in summer 2017. All rooms are available in the categories Standard, Superior, Deluxe or Junior Suite. Numerous amenities, bright colors, comfortable beds, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi will make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

10., Sonnwendgasse 8

01 961 64 00


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In the heart of the Karmeliterviertel, right by the church, Die Wundertüte offers a selection of sustainable, high-quality products. Discover a mix of Danish interior design, unique accessories,jewelry, bags, books, food, and clothes made by young Austrian designers.

Mon-Fri 11:00-19:00 (sometimes even longer)

2., Karmeliterplatz 2


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“Every women in unique, irreplaceable, and shouldn’t adapt to banal trends and stereotypes. My ideal is to emphasize natural appeal of every person, without calculation and artificiality. I understand what your hair needs and combine it with what my experience recommends. My calling is to celebrate the natural individuality of every woman, because she is the true essence of beauty, just the way she is.”

Tues-Wed 9:00 – 19:00, Thurs- Fri 9:00 – 20:00, Sat 9:00-17:00

1., Hegelgasse 17

01 513 10 11


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