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Pictured: The Vienna State Opera (Wiener Staatsoper) on the Ringstrasse.

On October 14 and 15, Grand Central Terminal in New York City will host an authentic Viennese café pop-up.

The pop-up will honor the 150th anniversary of the Ringstrasse (Ring Road), Vienna’s iconic boulevard, which contains the Vienna State Opera, the Austrian Parliament Building, the University of Vienna, and several other historic buildings.

New Yorkers and visitors to Grand Central Terminal will be able to enjoy complimentary Viennese coffee from specialty roaster Julius Meinl and Manner Shnitten (hazelnut-cream filled wafers, a favorite of Arnold Schwarzenegger ), as well as chat with Vienna locals via a virtual “Coffeehouse Conversation” webcam connection.

The pop-up will also feature a multi-media exhibit of Vienna’s “grandest buildings, magnificent palaces, stunning parks, monuments and gardens,” all in celebration of the historical Ringstrasse.

Visitors will also be able to enter a change to win a trip to Vienna by taking a personality test at an iPad station inside the pop-up, an homage to Vienna’s own Sigmund Freud, who reportedly took daily walks around the Ringstrasse.

The Vienna Café pop-up inside Grand Central Terminal is open Tuesday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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Karen Lo is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @appleplexy.


Free Viennese Café Pop-Up at Grand Central Terminal - Recipes

Pretentious atmosphere, long lines to get in, tiny portions, expensive. The food is also mediocre.
I've been to a few Viennese Cafes and they are all very down to earth, hearty sausages and pie on offer, everything is resonably prices, etc. This 'Viennese' Cafe is nothing like the real thing. The only thing that is similar is perhaps the interiod.

81 - 85 of 676 reviews

This is an Austrian style cafe and restaurant. Great for Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel and the like.

I've written very positive reviews of Sabarsky in the past, but this time I wasn't pleased. My red cabbage salad was a complete bust: just a pile of cold red cabbage with one or two slices of pear, and scarcely any dressing. (If you love Austrian red cabbage, don't order this--you'll be disappointed.) Then even the Sachertorte, which I've eaten many times here, seemed a little tasteless. I'm sure they'll say I'm crazy, the recipe hasn't changed. But I don't know, this wasn't a satisfying lunch for $40.

Lovely Austrian dishes and pastries.

It's a bit frenetic on a busy and cold winter day with a full museum, but still a very pleasant atmosphere. Service was very attentive and un-rushed. We had a beautiful bottle of Austrian wine with our spaetzle with vegetables and our potato cakes with smoked salmon. All delicious. Both the warm cheese strudel and the apple strudel were scrumptious and not too sweet.

I'd seek this cafe out when in this part of town for it's Austrian offerings and lovely service, even if not visiting the gallery itself.

We ate breakfast which was very good, but the stars are the cakes-
we had the Klimttorte and Sachertorte, both excellent. The coffee was very good, but the hot chocolate was excellent, made with real chocolate, very rich!
Altogether a very enjoyable experience.


Free Viennese Café Pop-Up at Grand Central Terminal - Recipes

Pretentious atmosphere, long lines to get in, tiny portions, expensive. The food is also mediocre.
I've been to a few Viennese Cafes and they are all very down to earth, hearty sausages and pie on offer, everything is resonably prices, etc. This 'Viennese' Cafe is nothing like the real thing. The only thing that is similar is perhaps the interiod.

81 - 85 of 676 reviews

This is an Austrian style cafe and restaurant. Great for Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel and the like.

I've written very positive reviews of Sabarsky in the past, but this time I wasn't pleased. My red cabbage salad was a complete bust: just a pile of cold red cabbage with one or two slices of pear, and scarcely any dressing. (If you love Austrian red cabbage, don't order this--you'll be disappointed.) Then even the Sachertorte, which I've eaten many times here, seemed a little tasteless. I'm sure they'll say I'm crazy, the recipe hasn't changed. But I don't know, this wasn't a satisfying lunch for $40.

Lovely Austrian dishes and pastries.

It's a bit frenetic on a busy and cold winter day with a full museum, but still a very pleasant atmosphere. Service was very attentive and un-rushed. We had a beautiful bottle of Austrian wine with our spaetzle with vegetables and our potato cakes with smoked salmon. All delicious. Both the warm cheese strudel and the apple strudel were scrumptious and not too sweet.

I'd seek this cafe out when in this part of town for it's Austrian offerings and lovely service, even if not visiting the gallery itself.

We ate breakfast which was very good, but the stars are the cakes-
we had the Klimttorte and Sachertorte, both excellent. The coffee was very good, but the hot chocolate was excellent, made with real chocolate, very rich!
Altogether a very enjoyable experience.


Free Viennese Café Pop-Up at Grand Central Terminal - Recipes

Pretentious atmosphere, long lines to get in, tiny portions, expensive. The food is also mediocre.
I've been to a few Viennese Cafes and they are all very down to earth, hearty sausages and pie on offer, everything is resonably prices, etc. This 'Viennese' Cafe is nothing like the real thing. The only thing that is similar is perhaps the interiod.

81 - 85 of 676 reviews

This is an Austrian style cafe and restaurant. Great for Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel and the like.

I've written very positive reviews of Sabarsky in the past, but this time I wasn't pleased. My red cabbage salad was a complete bust: just a pile of cold red cabbage with one or two slices of pear, and scarcely any dressing. (If you love Austrian red cabbage, don't order this--you'll be disappointed.) Then even the Sachertorte, which I've eaten many times here, seemed a little tasteless. I'm sure they'll say I'm crazy, the recipe hasn't changed. But I don't know, this wasn't a satisfying lunch for $40.

Lovely Austrian dishes and pastries.

It's a bit frenetic on a busy and cold winter day with a full museum, but still a very pleasant atmosphere. Service was very attentive and un-rushed. We had a beautiful bottle of Austrian wine with our spaetzle with vegetables and our potato cakes with smoked salmon. All delicious. Both the warm cheese strudel and the apple strudel were scrumptious and not too sweet.

I'd seek this cafe out when in this part of town for it's Austrian offerings and lovely service, even if not visiting the gallery itself.

We ate breakfast which was very good, but the stars are the cakes-
we had the Klimttorte and Sachertorte, both excellent. The coffee was very good, but the hot chocolate was excellent, made with real chocolate, very rich!
Altogether a very enjoyable experience.


Free Viennese Café Pop-Up at Grand Central Terminal - Recipes

Pretentious atmosphere, long lines to get in, tiny portions, expensive. The food is also mediocre.
I've been to a few Viennese Cafes and they are all very down to earth, hearty sausages and pie on offer, everything is resonably prices, etc. This 'Viennese' Cafe is nothing like the real thing. The only thing that is similar is perhaps the interiod.

81 - 85 of 676 reviews

This is an Austrian style cafe and restaurant. Great for Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel and the like.

I've written very positive reviews of Sabarsky in the past, but this time I wasn't pleased. My red cabbage salad was a complete bust: just a pile of cold red cabbage with one or two slices of pear, and scarcely any dressing. (If you love Austrian red cabbage, don't order this--you'll be disappointed.) Then even the Sachertorte, which I've eaten many times here, seemed a little tasteless. I'm sure they'll say I'm crazy, the recipe hasn't changed. But I don't know, this wasn't a satisfying lunch for $40.

Lovely Austrian dishes and pastries.

It's a bit frenetic on a busy and cold winter day with a full museum, but still a very pleasant atmosphere. Service was very attentive and un-rushed. We had a beautiful bottle of Austrian wine with our spaetzle with vegetables and our potato cakes with smoked salmon. All delicious. Both the warm cheese strudel and the apple strudel were scrumptious and not too sweet.

I'd seek this cafe out when in this part of town for it's Austrian offerings and lovely service, even if not visiting the gallery itself.

We ate breakfast which was very good, but the stars are the cakes-
we had the Klimttorte and Sachertorte, both excellent. The coffee was very good, but the hot chocolate was excellent, made with real chocolate, very rich!
Altogether a very enjoyable experience.


Free Viennese Café Pop-Up at Grand Central Terminal - Recipes

Pretentious atmosphere, long lines to get in, tiny portions, expensive. The food is also mediocre.
I've been to a few Viennese Cafes and they are all very down to earth, hearty sausages and pie on offer, everything is resonably prices, etc. This 'Viennese' Cafe is nothing like the real thing. The only thing that is similar is perhaps the interiod.

81 - 85 of 676 reviews

This is an Austrian style cafe and restaurant. Great for Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel and the like.

I've written very positive reviews of Sabarsky in the past, but this time I wasn't pleased. My red cabbage salad was a complete bust: just a pile of cold red cabbage with one or two slices of pear, and scarcely any dressing. (If you love Austrian red cabbage, don't order this--you'll be disappointed.) Then even the Sachertorte, which I've eaten many times here, seemed a little tasteless. I'm sure they'll say I'm crazy, the recipe hasn't changed. But I don't know, this wasn't a satisfying lunch for $40.

Lovely Austrian dishes and pastries.

It's a bit frenetic on a busy and cold winter day with a full museum, but still a very pleasant atmosphere. Service was very attentive and un-rushed. We had a beautiful bottle of Austrian wine with our spaetzle with vegetables and our potato cakes with smoked salmon. All delicious. Both the warm cheese strudel and the apple strudel were scrumptious and not too sweet.

I'd seek this cafe out when in this part of town for it's Austrian offerings and lovely service, even if not visiting the gallery itself.

We ate breakfast which was very good, but the stars are the cakes-
we had the Klimttorte and Sachertorte, both excellent. The coffee was very good, but the hot chocolate was excellent, made with real chocolate, very rich!
Altogether a very enjoyable experience.


Free Viennese Café Pop-Up at Grand Central Terminal - Recipes

Pretentious atmosphere, long lines to get in, tiny portions, expensive. The food is also mediocre.
I've been to a few Viennese Cafes and they are all very down to earth, hearty sausages and pie on offer, everything is resonably prices, etc. This 'Viennese' Cafe is nothing like the real thing. The only thing that is similar is perhaps the interiod.

81 - 85 of 676 reviews

This is an Austrian style cafe and restaurant. Great for Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel and the like.

I've written very positive reviews of Sabarsky in the past, but this time I wasn't pleased. My red cabbage salad was a complete bust: just a pile of cold red cabbage with one or two slices of pear, and scarcely any dressing. (If you love Austrian red cabbage, don't order this--you'll be disappointed.) Then even the Sachertorte, which I've eaten many times here, seemed a little tasteless. I'm sure they'll say I'm crazy, the recipe hasn't changed. But I don't know, this wasn't a satisfying lunch for $40.

Lovely Austrian dishes and pastries.

It's a bit frenetic on a busy and cold winter day with a full museum, but still a very pleasant atmosphere. Service was very attentive and un-rushed. We had a beautiful bottle of Austrian wine with our spaetzle with vegetables and our potato cakes with smoked salmon. All delicious. Both the warm cheese strudel and the apple strudel were scrumptious and not too sweet.

I'd seek this cafe out when in this part of town for it's Austrian offerings and lovely service, even if not visiting the gallery itself.

We ate breakfast which was very good, but the stars are the cakes-
we had the Klimttorte and Sachertorte, both excellent. The coffee was very good, but the hot chocolate was excellent, made with real chocolate, very rich!
Altogether a very enjoyable experience.


Free Viennese Café Pop-Up at Grand Central Terminal - Recipes

Pretentious atmosphere, long lines to get in, tiny portions, expensive. The food is also mediocre.
I've been to a few Viennese Cafes and they are all very down to earth, hearty sausages and pie on offer, everything is resonably prices, etc. This 'Viennese' Cafe is nothing like the real thing. The only thing that is similar is perhaps the interiod.

81 - 85 of 676 reviews

This is an Austrian style cafe and restaurant. Great for Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel and the like.

I've written very positive reviews of Sabarsky in the past, but this time I wasn't pleased. My red cabbage salad was a complete bust: just a pile of cold red cabbage with one or two slices of pear, and scarcely any dressing. (If you love Austrian red cabbage, don't order this--you'll be disappointed.) Then even the Sachertorte, which I've eaten many times here, seemed a little tasteless. I'm sure they'll say I'm crazy, the recipe hasn't changed. But I don't know, this wasn't a satisfying lunch for $40.

Lovely Austrian dishes and pastries.

It's a bit frenetic on a busy and cold winter day with a full museum, but still a very pleasant atmosphere. Service was very attentive and un-rushed. We had a beautiful bottle of Austrian wine with our spaetzle with vegetables and our potato cakes with smoked salmon. All delicious. Both the warm cheese strudel and the apple strudel were scrumptious and not too sweet.

I'd seek this cafe out when in this part of town for it's Austrian offerings and lovely service, even if not visiting the gallery itself.

We ate breakfast which was very good, but the stars are the cakes-
we had the Klimttorte and Sachertorte, both excellent. The coffee was very good, but the hot chocolate was excellent, made with real chocolate, very rich!
Altogether a very enjoyable experience.


Free Viennese Café Pop-Up at Grand Central Terminal - Recipes

Pretentious atmosphere, long lines to get in, tiny portions, expensive. The food is also mediocre.
I've been to a few Viennese Cafes and they are all very down to earth, hearty sausages and pie on offer, everything is resonably prices, etc. This 'Viennese' Cafe is nothing like the real thing. The only thing that is similar is perhaps the interiod.

81 - 85 of 676 reviews

This is an Austrian style cafe and restaurant. Great for Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel and the like.

I've written very positive reviews of Sabarsky in the past, but this time I wasn't pleased. My red cabbage salad was a complete bust: just a pile of cold red cabbage with one or two slices of pear, and scarcely any dressing. (If you love Austrian red cabbage, don't order this--you'll be disappointed.) Then even the Sachertorte, which I've eaten many times here, seemed a little tasteless. I'm sure they'll say I'm crazy, the recipe hasn't changed. But I don't know, this wasn't a satisfying lunch for $40.

Lovely Austrian dishes and pastries.

It's a bit frenetic on a busy and cold winter day with a full museum, but still a very pleasant atmosphere. Service was very attentive and un-rushed. We had a beautiful bottle of Austrian wine with our spaetzle with vegetables and our potato cakes with smoked salmon. All delicious. Both the warm cheese strudel and the apple strudel were scrumptious and not too sweet.

I'd seek this cafe out when in this part of town for it's Austrian offerings and lovely service, even if not visiting the gallery itself.

We ate breakfast which was very good, but the stars are the cakes-
we had the Klimttorte and Sachertorte, both excellent. The coffee was very good, but the hot chocolate was excellent, made with real chocolate, very rich!
Altogether a very enjoyable experience.


Free Viennese Café Pop-Up at Grand Central Terminal - Recipes

Pretentious atmosphere, long lines to get in, tiny portions, expensive. The food is also mediocre.
I've been to a few Viennese Cafes and they are all very down to earth, hearty sausages and pie on offer, everything is resonably prices, etc. This 'Viennese' Cafe is nothing like the real thing. The only thing that is similar is perhaps the interiod.

81 - 85 of 676 reviews

This is an Austrian style cafe and restaurant. Great for Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel and the like.

I've written very positive reviews of Sabarsky in the past, but this time I wasn't pleased. My red cabbage salad was a complete bust: just a pile of cold red cabbage with one or two slices of pear, and scarcely any dressing. (If you love Austrian red cabbage, don't order this--you'll be disappointed.) Then even the Sachertorte, which I've eaten many times here, seemed a little tasteless. I'm sure they'll say I'm crazy, the recipe hasn't changed. But I don't know, this wasn't a satisfying lunch for $40.

Lovely Austrian dishes and pastries.

It's a bit frenetic on a busy and cold winter day with a full museum, but still a very pleasant atmosphere. Service was very attentive and un-rushed. We had a beautiful bottle of Austrian wine with our spaetzle with vegetables and our potato cakes with smoked salmon. All delicious. Both the warm cheese strudel and the apple strudel were scrumptious and not too sweet.

I'd seek this cafe out when in this part of town for it's Austrian offerings and lovely service, even if not visiting the gallery itself.

We ate breakfast which was very good, but the stars are the cakes-
we had the Klimttorte and Sachertorte, both excellent. The coffee was very good, but the hot chocolate was excellent, made with real chocolate, very rich!
Altogether a very enjoyable experience.


Free Viennese Café Pop-Up at Grand Central Terminal - Recipes

Pretentious atmosphere, long lines to get in, tiny portions, expensive. The food is also mediocre.
I've been to a few Viennese Cafes and they are all very down to earth, hearty sausages and pie on offer, everything is resonably prices, etc. This 'Viennese' Cafe is nothing like the real thing. The only thing that is similar is perhaps the interiod.

81 - 85 of 676 reviews

This is an Austrian style cafe and restaurant. Great for Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel and the like.

I've written very positive reviews of Sabarsky in the past, but this time I wasn't pleased. My red cabbage salad was a complete bust: just a pile of cold red cabbage with one or two slices of pear, and scarcely any dressing. (If you love Austrian red cabbage, don't order this--you'll be disappointed.) Then even the Sachertorte, which I've eaten many times here, seemed a little tasteless. I'm sure they'll say I'm crazy, the recipe hasn't changed. But I don't know, this wasn't a satisfying lunch for $40.

Lovely Austrian dishes and pastries.

It's a bit frenetic on a busy and cold winter day with a full museum, but still a very pleasant atmosphere. Service was very attentive and un-rushed. We had a beautiful bottle of Austrian wine with our spaetzle with vegetables and our potato cakes with smoked salmon. All delicious. Both the warm cheese strudel and the apple strudel were scrumptious and not too sweet.

I'd seek this cafe out when in this part of town for it's Austrian offerings and lovely service, even if not visiting the gallery itself.

We ate breakfast which was very good, but the stars are the cakes-
we had the Klimttorte and Sachertorte, both excellent. The coffee was very good, but the hot chocolate was excellent, made with real chocolate, very rich!
Altogether a very enjoyable experience.


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