Back when Beethoven dined at "the Black Camel," it was already a foodie landmark. Since then, it has split into a Delikatessen and a restaurant. Try the former if you're in a hurry—fresh sandwiches are served at the counter. If time is not an issue, dine in the elegant, intimate Art Nouveau dining room. Let the head waiter, the one with the Emperor Franz Josef mustache, rattle off the specials of the day in almost-perfect English; the Beinschinken (Viennese ham) is the specialty of the house and is renowned throughout Austria.