You can say what you want about Viennese Coffee House Culture (VCHC) but it’s not all about imperial flair, though it’s much about it.
And in contrast to the aristocratic atmosphere of a Konzert Café Schwarzenberg for instance here we find ourselves in this lovely, cosy, WiFi supported coffee shop called Café Jonas Reindl, named after the tram hub Jonas-Reindl (at Schottentor) to honor Franz Josef Jonas, a Viennese mayor and later Bundespräsident (president) of Austria.
As you can see in the picture above (and good observers also recognize me in the photo) this Café has plenty of sunshine all-day long until the evening hours (until the Café closes Monday to Friday at 19:30 / 7:30 pm and Saturday’s at 21:30 / 9:30 pm) and through the whole year due to its convenient location at Sigmund-Freud-Park right next to the University of Vienna, Vienna’s main University, established in 1365, what makes it one of the oldest Universities in the world.
Also in the grey and gloomy winter months Vienna has also its fair share of this sunny location can be a true life-savior.
And in the patio you can collect all the sun Vienna has to offer.
Inside Café Jonas Reindl it feels a bit like being at Starbucks but Café Jonas Reindl’s prices are much more reasonable.
You order your choice at the counter and soon after the very friendly staff brings your order to your table.
And to your delicious coffee you get also a glass of water to keep everything in balance if you know what I mean, since water is healthy and it’s the most healthy you can get in any coffee shop.
This leads me to my delicious things I ordered at Café Jonas Reindl:
Above it catches your eye in no time that my cappuccino comes from heart. The coffee is creamy as the poppy-seed cake is fluffy. Both are super delicious.
And also the other cakes and sandwiches the Café Jonas Reindl (located in Währingerstrasse 2-4, in 1090 Vienna) has to offer whets your appetite when finally the sun sets between the University buildings and Votive Church.
Dr. Dr. Immanuel Fruhmann
alias I.G. Fruhmann
Y 8:8; Y 7:14