Logo of "Zum Gschupftn Ferdl"
© Mark Glassner

Zum Gschupftn Ferdl

The wine tavern as it is known, is a piece of Viennese culture. So a new establishment in the heart of the city in no way fits the classic image of the heuriger: “Zum Gschupftn Ferdl” gives the wine tavern a course of live cell therapy. The façade and counter have a pixelated appearance and embroidered design that evokes the aesthetics of computer games of the 1980s. Even Pacman can be found here. A surprising feature in the back room is a stone pine parlor painted completely in white, which was designed by the artist Filius de Lacroix.

As you'd expect from a heuriger, the Zum Gschupftn Ferdl focuses on different versions of the Brettljause - with treats from first-class producers. Hot dishes of Austrian cuisine are also served. And as befits a heuriger, there is naturally a fine selection of Austrian wines.

Music is on the program with live concerts on Thursdays - by bands for which the new Viennese song is also in plentiful supply -, electronic music on Fridays and DJs on Saturdays. During the week, the guests can select their music from 700 tracks on the Wurlitzer, which is stocked solely with Austrian music.

Façade of a dining establishment with people standing in front of it.
© Mark Glassner
Counter in a dining establishment
© Mark Glassner
White stone pine parlor with laid table
© Mark Glassner
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