• Herr und frau klein Vienna (Children, Babies)
  • This fantastic children's boutique was started in 2005 by Mr. and Mrs. Klein, a couple with a background in advertising and marketing, who decided they wanted to exchange their fast-paced lifestyle for an opportunity to spend more time with their kids. Herr und Frau Klein is recommended for parents seeking well-crafted, safe and environmentally-friendly products, whether it be stylish garments or nifty toys. The emphasis here is on fusing product… More info
    Kirchengasse 7, Vienna, 1070
  • Ina kent Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Ina Kent founded her eponymous bag label in Vienna in 2007. Her first shop was – and still is – located on Lindengasse, just off of Neubaugasse in Vienna’s 7th district. By September 2011, business had picked up, and the label expanded with a second outlet on Siebensterngasse, just a few minutes by foot from the flagship store. Ina Kent’s bags and accessories are made from fine Italian leather and are available in a multitude of colors from… More info
    Siebensterngasse 50, Vienna, 1070
  • Ozelot Vienna (Accessories, Bags)
  • Bags are the name of the game at Ozelot, a store on the Lindengasse whose neatly arranged interior is fittingly reminiscent of a well-packed suitcase. The shelves are lined with a wide variety of purses, briefcases, backpacks, totes, travel bags and wallets, as well as smaller items like iPhone and pencil cases. Ozelot's tagline is “Individual Bags” and, indeed, its assortment is characterized by an originality that is likely to please anyone… More info
    Lindengasse 43, Vienna, 1070
  • Minimal Vienna (Children, Babies)
  • Shop owner and mother of three, Hanna Reischl always wanted to be her own boss. It was during her maternity leave that she crafted the plan which would become Minimal – a children’s clothing store with something for everyone. After spending half a year searching for the perfect location, Reischl opened her shop in September 2010 in the much frequented Westbahnstrasse, just off of Neubaugasse in Vienna’s 7th district. Reischl envisioned a place… More info
    Westbahnstraße 3, Vienna, 1070
  • Zamm Vienna (Food, Coffee & Tea)
  • The name ZAMM stands for the catch phrase that you want to cry out when you sip one of the kick-ass coffees they brew up here. But while plenty of paraphernalia for coffee nerds fills ZAMM’s shelves, it’s not just about the beans here. Sitting in this micro concept store/coffee shop effectively inspires you to live neatly, and stylishly, as it effectively helps you imagine the life, lifestyle and living room you could have. Having opened in early… More info
    Westbahnstrasse 13, Vienna, 1070
  • Artee Vienna (Food, Coffee & Tea)
  • When Ngo Hue Van opened Teehaus Artee in 1998, the Asian culture scene in Vienna was rather limited. There was a small selection of sushi locales and Chinese restaurants with the obligatory garish décor, but not much else. In the eyes of Ngo Hue, who was born in Vietnam, Austria's capital desperately needed another insight into Asian culture, one which de-emphasized the fast food mentality and focused on introspective spirituality. While… More info
    Siebensterngasse 4/4, Vienna, 1070
  • Runch! Vienna (Other, Gifts)
  • From its location in the Kaiserstrasse, Runch! Comics has proudly been supplying fans with the latest and greatest in comics since 1991. The store's owner, Gerd Holoubek, opened Runch! after becoming interested in comics in the mid '80s, the period that saw the advent of more adult-orientated publications like The Watchmen series or the works of Frank Miller. Ever since finding his passion, Gerd has been traveling the world in search of "cool… More info
    Kaiserstrasse 5, Vienna, 1070
  • Bilderbox Vienna (Other, Arts & Crafts)
  • Since opening in the spring of 2010, Bilderbox has been a welcome addition to Vienna's 7th district. Established by comic book buff Malte Steinhausen, Bilderbox offers a wide array of comics, art books, T-shirts and urban art supplies like spray paint and tag markers. The comic book selection is mostly of French and Belgian origin, but also includes Asian and American titles. During our visit we found a tidy little collection of books on street… More info
    Kirchengasse 40/1, Vienna, 1070
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