Vienna

Cafés

Schaub-Walzer / PID

Café Prückel

An exemplary, U-shaped Ringstrasse café in stunning Jugendstil design that pampers its guests with a relaxed environment. It's flawlessly designed to let you sink into a book or have an intimate conversation with friends. The café also organises a bevy of concerts, readings and other events in other sections of the U, ensuring that its clientele always has sufficient stimulating entertainment while simultaneously maintaining the chill atmosphere for its more introverted guests.

Map

Tram stop

Stubentor

Website

http://www.prueckel.at

Open

Open 08:30 – 22:00.

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01.12.2010
Letiita
UK
It's too bad they have spiffed up the decor in recent years. In the 1980s the interior was this modern 1950s dusty, minimalist look. The menu was eclectic, and the piano player was in a shiny, somewhat threadbare smoking and usually a bit drunk. Now it's full of beautiful people and the menu is healthy, but it's still worth checking out. Tables fill up rapidly, especially on weekends, but go. To see a bit of the old Pruckel, go downstairs to the bathrooms.
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