A traditional Viennese coffeehouse that has been around for over 200 years.
The first coffeehouse on this site opened all the way back in 1794. It became Café Corra in 1836, Café Katzmayer in 1840, and finally became Café Mozart in 1929.
Named after the famous Austrian composer, many musicians and writers have sat at its tables. Graham Greene wrote the screenplay for the famous film noir, The Third Man here in 1947.
The coffeehouse is opposite the grand Albertina and on the ground floor of the Hotel Sacher. Once you’ve admired the 19th-century architecture, you can go inside and gaze at the chandeliers, mirrors, and small tables which give the café a distinctly baroque feel.
There are many different kinds of coffee, from a classic espresso (€3.80) to the special Mozart Kaffee (€8.50).