In 1923 Café Diglas was opened at Wollzeile, though Hans Diglas' original establishment dates back to 1875. It's since been passed down three generations and has been a fixture in the 1st District.
Unlike many other coffee houses which are somewhat low lit and filled with dark wood panels, Diglas is relatively bright and open.
The menu ranges from salads to schnitzel, but it's the pastries made from original bakery recipes that really take the cake.
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Elegance at Cafe Diglas
The food and coffee are great but, …wait till you venture in to use the toilet. The door is clear glass until you close it and then it turns cloudy and a sign says “no entry” on the door. They are located near the Stephansdom at Wollzeile 10, 1010 Wien
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