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.