© CAFE - RESTAURANT RAIMUND l 1010 WIEN l Museumstrasse 6 l Mon - Fri: 7:30 to 23:00 l Sat-Sun-Public-Hol: 9:00 to 23:00

Welcome

The Cafe - Restaurant Raimund

there since 1900 opposite the Vienna popular theater.

Café Raimund (1, Museumstraße 6). After the turn of the century a prestigious theater and artists Cafe. In the 1920s resided here Franz Theodor Csokor (at the time dramaturge at the popular theater) and his director Rudolf Beer, the playwriter Sassmann, occasionally Berta Zuckerkandl, also the actor Karl Forest and his sister Lina Loos (please look at: Casa piccola) as well as Egon Friedell. After the Second World War, we find among the visitors, who had returned from exile, Hans Weigel (until he moved to the Cafe Hawelka). Milo Dor and Reinhard Federmann was followed. The graphic artist Kurt Absolon and Kurt Moldovan and the writer Jeannie Ebner, Ilse Aichinger und Ingeborg Bachmann were also discovered. Even Christine Busta, Gerhard Fritsch, Jörg Mauthe and Friederike Mayröcker came there. Literature Milan Dubrovic: Veruntreute Geschichte. Die Wiener Salons und Literatencafés. Wien [u.a.]: Zsolnay 1985, S. 161 ff. (Die Raimund-Runde) Hans Veigl: Wiener Kaffeehausführer. Wien: Kremayr & Scheriau 1989, S. 77 ff. Thomas Martinek: Kaffeehäuser in Wien. Wien: Falter-Verlag 1990, S. 84 f.
since 1900 opposite the popular theater
       © CAFE RAIMUND l 1010 WIEN l Museumstrasse 6 Mon - Fri: 7:30 to 23:00 l Sat-Sun-Public-Hol: 9:00 to 23:00

Welcome

The Cafe - Restaurant Raimund

there since 1900 opposite the Vienna popular

theater.

Café Raimund (1, Museumstraße 6). After the turn of the century a prestigious theater and artists Cafe. In the 1920s resided here Franz Theodor Csokor (at the time dramaturge at the popular theater) and his director Rudolf Beer, the playwriter Sassmann, occasionally Berta Zuckerkandl, also the actor Karl Forest and his sister Lina Loos (please look at: Casa piccola) as well as Egon Friedell. After the Second World War, we find among the visitors, who had returned from exile, Hans Weigel (until he moved to the Cafe Hawelka). Milo Dor and Reinhard Federmann was followed. The graphic artist Kurt Absolon and Kurt Moldovan and the writer Jeannie Ebner, Ilse Aichinger und Ingeborg Bachmann were also discovered. Even Christine Busta, Gerhard Fritsch, Jörg Mauthe and Friederike Mayröcker came there. Literature Milan Dubrovic: Veruntreute Geschichte. Die Wiener Salons und Literatencafés. Wien [u.a.]: Zsolnay 1985, S. 161 ff. (Die Raimund-Runde) Hans Veigl: Wiener Kaffeehausführer. Wien: Kremayr & Scheriau 1989, S. 77 ff. Thomas Martinek: Kaffeehäuser in Wien. Wien: Falter-Verlag 1990, S. 84 f.