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A tour of Vienna coffee houses

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A Viennese tour guide gives a video tour of the city's coffee houses:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/video/2011/jan/13/vienna-austria-coffee-houses-cafe

(it's only 7 minutes, she can't show you all of them, of course)

FWIW, while I like the atmosphere of Cafe Sperl, I thought its coffee was dreadful, burnt and thin.
She includes Demel, but I still prefer Oberlaa. And Cafe Kafka is my favorite winter cafe, it's tiny and quiet, and best of all, on frigid days it keeps a warm fire burning brightly in its wood-burning stove. Perfect for a late afternoon beer after wandering around in the cold and snow. Another thing I like about it is that they frown mightily on people disturbing other patrons by yakking on their cell phones.

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