Kid-friendly restaurants in Vienna are a treat for both parents and children. From the tried and true to the new and cool, find out where to go and what to do with the kiddos in Austria's capital. In 1803, Erzherzog Johann built the Tiroler Haus, which was originally used as a farmhouse. In 1920, the last royal cow left the building. It was restored as recently as 1997, and the wooden house was built in the old, traditional way. The waiters serve in leather trousers, which adds to its Old World charm. Another worthwhile spot is the Café Diglas, a traditional Viennese café right behind St. Stephen's Cathedral and a paradise for pastry fans. The Tribune Krieau is a pizza house and bar, but also has an open-air cineam in July and August, featuring film screenings and parties. Located in the Alsergrund neighborhood of Vienna, Ristorante Arcadia does brisk business for a small trattoria. Overall, there are many kid-friendly restaurants in Vienna that you and your children will definitely love.
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