It was Jerzy Kulczycki who is thought to have opened the first coffee house in Vienna following the Ottoman siege there in 1683.
Determined to keep operating cafés are coming up with creative ways to keep customers supplied with good cups of coffee.
Welcoming all, the café has turned heads with speed-dating events for Christians.
The “Coffee on Hold” concept is becoming an increasingly popular way of helping the elderly, the lonely and those down on their luck.
From immeasurably modest beginnings, this Ukrainian couple have become role models for the entrepreneurial spirits, and their six metre café a bastion of inter-national relations.
Once under the cosh of tea, coffee has flourished as people embrace the café culture and appreciate a good brew.
Polish capital gets a taste of Viennese café life through a pop-up coffeehouse in the city centre.