Dogs allowed Cafés in Austria

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569 cafés and coffeehouses offering "Dogs allowed" ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale in Austria. All information including address and phone number.
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Whether a quick espresso at the bar or an indulgent breakfast, everyone will be happy here. Hearty or sweet, vegan and vegetarian - no problem at all. The elegant setting attracts the "who's who" as well as tourists and Viennese alike.

Tuchlauben 4–6, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Restaurants/Inns

Steirereck stands for pure excellence. No wonder, then, that the establishment was once again voted the best restaurant in the city. The exclusive, luxurious breakfast at the Meierei is equally impressive. Exquisite ingredients, handled with perfection, from ostrich egg dishes to Beuscherl (offal ragout).

Am Heumarkt 2a/Im Stadtpark, 1030 Vienna, Austria
Coffee roastery

The family business with a big heart (and expertise!) for coffee has three locations in the city of Mozart. At the Rupertinum, you can enjoy authentic coffee specialties in an elegant, atmospheric setting. Also top: the breakfast, cakes, loaves and tarts.

Wiener-Philharmoniker-Gasse 9, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Third-Wave-Coffee-Bar

The barista at the counter is undoubtedly a coffee expert. The knowledge in processing the coffee beans (wild coffee from roaster Leonhard Wild) is impressive. The quality was previously verified in the Balthasar Lab - workshops are also offered here.

Praterstraße 38, 1020 Vienna, Austria
Classic Coffeehouse

Legendary and unique: the traditional café on the quay has been a living room for generations. Hostess Evelyn Brandstätter and her team serve coffee on the sun terrace or indoors in the classic coffee house ambience. A must in summer: the apricot dumplings.

Schwarzstraße 3, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Third-Wave-Coffee-Bar

The "Pirates" are synonymous with first-class quality and place particular emphasis on organically grown and aromatically unique specialty coffee. Whether at the bar or in the roastery, true professionals work here with a taste for pleasure and a gastronomic spirit.

Spitalgasse 17, 1090 Vienna, Austria

Classy and stylish down to the last detail, even the coffee-to-go cup is an eye-catcher. A place that embodies quality through and through; exclusive produce, furniture and decorative elements have a line. A place for the discerning palate with an "urban appetite".

Dominikanerbastei 10, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

The gastronomic spectrum ranges from shakshuka to "Grandma Ströck's breakfast roll" - pastry specialties from patissier Pierre Reboul (the croissant!) are, of course, not to be missed. The house coffee (Central America) complements the breakfast selection with its mild acidity.

Burggasse 52–54, 1070 Vienna, Austria
Restaurants/Inns

Not only for hotel guests. An exquisite breakfast at the Guest House starts the day in style. In-house pastries, specially roasted coffee and a variety of breakfast packages are available. Perhaps even an oyster as a special addition?

Führichgasse 10, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Coffee Bar/Café

Always popular, but since the remodel and reorientation, this place is going places! The in-house roastery's selection (from Flat White to Nitro Cold Brew) is just as sensational as the food (shakshuka, pancakes, lunch bowls, tapas, soups, or sushi).

Marktstraße 21, 6850 Dornbirn, Austria
Classic Coffeehouse

For over 100 years, the people of Friesach have flocked here to enjoy coffee and freshly baked cakes. They are particularly fond of everything that has to do with cocoa beans - whether as a creamy hot chocolate, a classic Sacher cake or their own chocolates.

Hauptplatz 3, 9360 Friesach, Austria
Restaurants/Inns

All-day epicurean hotspot open every day: a spectacular breakfast experience in the morning, focaccia, quiche and curry at lunchtime, the largest and most delicious selection of cakes in the country in the afternoon. Excellent (specialty) coffee is available around the clock.

Platz 66, 6881 Mellau, Austria
Classic Coffeehouse

The history of the Hofzuckerbäckerei Demel dates back to 1786. Once reserved for a select few, it is now a world-renowned institution for coffee and pastries. The café offers enjoyment and a visit to the museum at the same time – the displays are irresistible.

Kohlmarkt 14, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Third-Wave-Coffee-Bar

Everything revolves around the particularly fine, home-roasted coffee: in the store, in addition to beans and accessories, there are also beautiful and good things from all over the world. Barista skills are learned in the school, while you can leave your cares behind in the modern and cozy café.

Italiener Straße 15, 9500 Villach, Austria
Third-Wave-Coffee-Bar

It's getting crowded on the slate! Because the specialties around the house roasts (the mega strong "10/90" for example) are many. In addition, there is the breakfast with the best regional ingredients, which is celebrated. Cakes of the day and milkshakes add to the pleasure.

Markt 140, 5360 St. Wolfgang, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

Zaunerstollen, Ischler Torte, Kaisergugelhupf. You don't just go to Zauner to enjoy pastries. You enter the premises and feel the passionate confectioner's craft with all your senses. Since 1832 the sweet monument of Bad Ischl.

Pfarrgasse 7, 4820 Bad Ischl, Austria
Coffee Bar/Café

You can rarely get in for brunch here without a reservation! Locals and visitors love the atmosphere as well as the selection of coffee (e.g. Serrano Lavado from Cuba). French Press, Cold Brew, "Turkish" or the specialty "Rash Neumann" - all great!

Kleinhöfleiner Hauptstraße 8, 7000 Eisenstadt, Austria
Coffee Bar/Café

Is it the fairy-tale rose garden, the coffee house interior dusted off with subtle hippiness, the fantastic coffee along with pastries, or the lovable owners that make Fotter at the main university so special? All of it, of course!

Attemsgasse 6, 8010 Graz, Austria
Classic Coffeehouse

One of the oldest cafés in Innsbruck is hidden behind historic walls. Cakes, tartlets, meringues, etc. from the in-house pastry shop are made without additives, such as the Katzungtorte with curd cheese and hazelnuts. When the sun is shining, the guest garden beckons.

Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 16, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Classic Coffeehouse

Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Max Reinhardt are said to have enjoyed their coffee here. Today, locals and guests alike enjoy sitting in the charming traditional house on Alter Markt. Famous: strawberry bowls and croissants with walnut filling.

Alter Markt 9, 5020 Salzburg, Austria