Toscana is a romantic little cafe-bar with a highly idiosyncratic atmosphere. The location, Adolf-Pichler-Platz, is beautiful ... More
Toscana is a romantic little cafe-bar with a highly idiosyncratic atmosphere. The location, Adolf-Pichler-Platz, is beautiful in itself. Toscana's immediate neighbour is the Kellertheater, and theater audience as well as actors are coming to the cafe regularly. There are numerous small tables with comfy and easy chairs, and together with the many different arts posters on the walls, the whole ambiance is a little bit similar to the legendary Viennese Hawelka. Outside, in front of the building, there's a terrace with genuine street-cafe flair, and inside, in the back, a little bar and a small and intimate niche with another table. Toscana also serves various dishes, and they always take care that there are a few fine specialties on offer.
Cafe Tomaselli is a classic Viennese coffeehouse with an affiliated patisserie producing fine pastries and petit fours. It was in
business as early as 1705, serving coffee, tea and homemade chocolates to its clientele, who these days spend afternoons ...
This enormous Viennese style coffeehouse is everything one would expect from such an old fashioned establishment the roomy art nouveau
salon features heavy chandeliers and exotic indoor palms. A shiny black piano is the centerpiece, and offers live entertainment ...
The Cafe Katzung is situated in the old town's Katzung building, which is about 500 years old. This is one
of Innsbruck's oldest coffee houses, and it feels like this long tradition has settled and nestled for all eternity ...