Decorated by the architect Adolf Loos, the property is located just minutes from the famous Naschmarkt, in District 1 of the old city of Vienna. Since its distress highlighted by the simplicity and functionality of its design, unlike its flashy competitors even Ludwig Havesi writer dubbed it Nihilismus Café (Café Nihilism) because local denied everything aesthetic principle. In the early 30’s, Josef Zotti changed the image of the place but in 2003, after a long restoration, returned to his initial concept. The cafe is known for its quality and also its pastry is famous among the local community. Today, the Café Museum is a must see in the Austrian capital and thanks to its historical tradition has become a cultural icon of this city.