Black wood paneling and burgundy upholstery set the scene for romance at Vienna Cafe. A high-backed pew along the east wall ... More
Black wood paneling and burgundy upholstery set the scene for romance at Vienna Cafe. A high-backed pew along the east wall blocks in the old world charm with tasseled throw cushions, and all of the tables display fresh flowers. You can dine outside and watch the young and trendy patrons of Melrose Avenue stroll by. The food is standard cafe fare, and breakfast is served all day. It gets pretty crowded here on weekends; don't worry, picnic baskets are also available.
You'd think that JUST ONCE, you'd be able to get some quick service there. If the wait staff spent less time posing and more time actually working, you'd may be able to eat. The food is okay, but sooooooooooooooo not worth the price or the wait...I think they're under the assumption that they're King's Road Cafe or Doughboys.
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