Coffee & newspaper
The luster is one of the stylistic elements of the Café Schwarzenberg.
View of the Café Schwarzenberg at night
Coffee typically with a glass of water
Atmosphere of the Café

Data protection & use of cookies

Use of cookies 
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Using Google Analytics
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Data protection
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Each time that a GMS GOURMET GmbH Internet site is accessed, certain data is recorded for the purposes of data-security and user-friendliness (specifically the userꞌs IP address, the browser used, the date and time, the pages called up). This data is processed by GMS GOURMET GmbH exclusively in a way that is unrelated to any identified individual and – provided that no requirement to the contrary is received from a court of law or from a public authority – this data is not passed on to any third party. The right is reserved to undertake statistical assessment of the data in a way that is unrelated to any identified individual.