Children's meals around the Museumsquartier

Friendly and relaxed

The Museumsquartier is in itself a great attraction for children – a large inner courtyard to run around and the colourful Enzi seats. But where is the best place to eat? 

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    Dschungel Wien Café Bar

    The number one child-friendly place. The accompanying children's theatre Dschungel is itself worth a visit in any case. The café is designed for its small clientèle.  The seating is great for little ones and there is everything from curry to veggie burger. Breakfast until 2:00 pm!

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    Das Möbel Café ("The Furniture Café")

    Right next to the Museumsquartier you can dine at, on and in the middle of pieces of furniture by various young designers. And if you like the chair, you can take it home right away. When it was first opened in 1998, the idea of a "concept store" was not really clear to most of the Viennese. Today Das Möbel is an important part of the cultural scene and a meeting place for design and furniture lovers.

    Das Möbel
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    I Ragazzi

    An excellent pizzeria right next to the charming Spittelberg in the heart of Vienna's 7th district. A very fine wine list, a few tables on the pavement for a true Italian atmosphere and - in their own words - "cool and loud waiters".

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Snacks for the little ones between the Haus der Musik and Belvedere

Culture whets the appetite

Child-friendly restaurants near the Haus der Musik, Vienna’s Konzerthaus and the Belvedere are few and far between but there are some: Burger, Donuts and Co await you. 

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