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Vienna’s best terraces: City guide

Vienna cafés are famous for their unique atmosphere, but during the hot summer days you would be better advised to find a spot in the shade to sip your eiskaffee and enjoy the view. Here are SHOP’s picks

City Guide
Paulina Szmydke,

Weingut am Reisenberg
On the outskirts of Vienna there are plenty of traditional taverns, known as heuriger, which sell home-produced wine and serve local delicacies, but there is only one Reisenberger. This exceptional winery in Grinzing offers a breathtaking view over the city.

Weingut am Reisenberg, Oberer Reisenbergweg 15, 1190 Vienna, +43 (0)1 320 93 93

Deli and Neni
Mingle with Vienna’s hip crowd at the Naschmarkt. The most recommendable places are always those with the least number of empty chairs, of course. But don’t get discouraged, people move fast. Deli and Neni are both worth waiting for.

Deli am Naschmarkt, Stand 421–436, 1040 Vienna, +43 (0)1 585 0823
Neni am Naschmarkt, Stand 510, 1060 Vienna, +43 (0)1 585 2020

In Vienna’s chic bobo district, the MuseumsQuartier reigns supreme. These former imperial court stables offer an eclectic mix of stylish coffee shops and top-notch art museums. Enjoy the sun on one of the coloured, oversized benches or choose from the coffee shops’ generous menus.

MQ, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna, +43 (0)1 523 5881

The luxury shopper will surely appreciate Fabios’ sophisticated little terrace at the end of Kohlmarkt, Vienna’s elegant shopping mile. This chic Italian gives the opportunity to round off a busy day of hunting for the best that international prêt-a-porter has to offer with a good plate of Tuscan panzanella salad and homemade gnocchi.

Fabios, Tuchlauben 4-6, 1010 Vienna, + 43 (0)1 532 2222



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