Old-established, charmingly out of time and full of slightly worn out furniture: these characteristics apply to quite many traditional Viennese cafés, but out of all those Café Weidinger is still a particular one. It is not – as most of the others – located in the Inner City, so it’s hardly ever on the tourist radar. Situated on the edge of the multicultural 15th district, Café Weidinger is a quiet gem surrounded by the noisy Gürtel road and the shrill Lugner City shopping center. 80 per cent of the customers of the café are said to be regulars, and most of them don’t even have to order something to get served what they want. You’ll see people reading newspapers, playing carambole or cards, discussing the state of the world, joking with the waiter or having small, traditional Viennese dishes. Since 1928 Café Weidinger is a microcosm where the old times are conserved and the hectic pace of the big city is slowed down. Just take your time and try it out!