Going out to eat isn't always about cravings. Often enough, mealtimes dictate our choices, limiting restaurant possibilities. When circumstances narrow the options, let 10Best help. We'll direct you to the best Breakfast restaurants in Vienna and save you the hassle of calling around for business hours. 10Best readers find much to enjoy at Café Schwarzenberg thanks to its all-around good offerings. It's also hard to beat Meinl am Graben, which serves just what you're looking for when you're in the market for a great Breakfast.

Many of the great names of the Golden Age of the coffee house wits frequented Café Central: Hugo von Hofmannstal, Anton Kuh, Egon Friedell, Peter Altenberg. It was also a gathering place for the city's chess players – including Leo Trotsky...  Read More

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Café Imperial
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Opened in 1873, Café Imperial was Sigmund Freud's favored coffee house. Today, you can read one of the many international newspapers and relax with a cup of coffee and a slice of the famous Imperial Torte.

In addition to the traditional features of a Viennese coffee house, Café Schwarzenberg offers a wide range of teas; holds exhibitions, concerts and readings; and has a room for non-smokers, the "Damensalon" (ladies' salon). You can order...  Read More

From breakfast through to dinner, in its selection of cheeses and wines, with its view along the Graben, Meinl is a wonderful gastronomic experience. As well as offering local fare, there is a Mediterranean flavor to the menu. Plush interior...  Read More

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Opened as a hotel and restaurant in 2003 and located in a newly restored 19th-century palace, Palais Coburg has quickly established itself as one of Vienna's finest restaurants. There is an emphasis on the restaurant's wine and a separate wine...  Read More

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Whether you are looking for a small cup of tea or an authentic Viennese meal, Café Griensteidl is the perfect little spot in the center of town indulge. The café's history dates way back, all the way to 1847, when some of Vienna's most famous...  Read More

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Named after the famous composer, Café Mozart was founded all the way back in 1794, just years after the legend's death. Throughout its time, the café has hosted many of Austria's most famous musicians, composers and writers, all who came to...  Read More

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As one of the oldest, most traditional coffeehouses in Vienna, Café Diglas has been serving the freshest coffee and Viennese pastries since 1875. The historic establishment was started by Hans Diglas and has been passed through the family over...  Read More