This inn opened its doors in 1705 as an example of that new-fangled thing, a "Wiener Kaffeehaus" (Vienna coffeehouse). It was an immediate hit. Enjoying its 11 types of coffee was none other than Mozart's beloved, Constanze, who often dropped in, as her house was just next door. The Tomasellis set up shop here in 1850, becoming noted "Chocolatmachers." Feast on the famous "Tomaselliums Café" (mocha, Mozart liqueur, and whipped cream) and the large selection of excellent
homemade cakes, tarts, and strudels. Inside, it's all marble, wood, and walls of 18th-century portraits. In summer the best seats are on the flower bedecked terrace and at the pretty "Tomaselli-Kiosk" on the square.