The understated concept of “nice bikes and good coffee” belies the bevy of wheeled and caffeinated beauts that lie waiting at Operngasse. Restoring vintage Italian bicycles began as a hobby for Markus Böhm, but as soon as the Viennese chattering classes caught wind of it, he was soon inundated with orders. Radlager quickly outgrew its first home and had to move into bigger digs at the start of 2013. Despite widespread acclaim, the racing bikes have lost none of their charm and have now been paired with another fine piece of machinery: an original Faema espresso machine. The coffee is imported direct from Naples and Florence for that autentico flavor. Not since Eddy Merckx romped to five Tour de France victories with Faema emblazoned across his chest have bikes and coffee made such perfect bedfellows. But with beastly roast beef melts and DJs spinning into the evening, Radlager is a killer spot even for the more cyclophobic among us.