In the Neue Galerie, this stately coffeehouse is meant to duplicate the Vienese café experience. And it does a good job, with art deco furnishings, a selection of daily newspapers, and cases filled with cakes, strudels, and Sacher tortes. Museumgoers and locals love to linger here over coffee. There is also a menu of heartier fare—created by Michelin-starred chef Kurt Gutenbrunner—of goulash, sandwiches, smoked pork-stuffed potato dumplings, and variations on the
theme of sausage.