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Naschmarkt Deli is the ideal spot for visitors to take a break from their walk through the Naschmarkt, with a quick bite, a cozy meal or just an espresso. The Deli is a popular spot on the Vienna scene, attracting a large crowd not only at lunchtime but also in the evening, with DJs playing from 18. Try their breakfast, the falafel or the lentil soup while enjoying the lively atmosphere of the market.
- Address: Naschmarkt 421-436, District 4, Vienna
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: +43 1 585 08 23
- More Info: www.naschmarkt-deli.at
- Opening House: Mon–Sat 7am–midnight
- Address: Underground: U1 (Karlsplatz), U4 (Karlsplatz or Kettenbrückengasse)
- More Info: www.facebook.com/Deli-Naschmarkt-10601457613482
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