Cafe Sabarsky is a charming little slice of Vienna in the heart of NYC. We frequently visit this spot when in town, it is the coffee service on a silver tray with a little glass of water on the side that has us coming back. So adorable and very ‘old-school’ european. And who can say no to a breakfast of fresh orange juice, ham and cheese, country bread with preserves, and a soft boiled egg with brioche toast for dipping. Located in the ‘Neue Galerie’ [via] a museum devoted to early twentieth-century German and Austrian art and design. The building dates back to 1914 and was designed by the same architect as the New York Public Library, once occupied by society Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt. It is a beautiful room and a wonderful start to the day located at the corner of 86th Street and 5th Avenue, making it a great launching pad for visits to the MET | Guggenheim | Central Park | Madison Ave shopping.