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Café Sabarsky information
The lines get long at this popular café, which evokes opulent turn-of-the-century Vienna. But the well-rendered Austrian specialties make the wait worth it. Expect crepes with smoked trout, goulash soup and roasted bratwurst. There’s also a long list of specialty sweets, including a divine Sacher torte (dark chocolate cake with apricot confiture).