Who doesn't know it - the oldest Heuriger in Vienna, which calls Old-Ottakring its home since 1740?
The historic building, which enjoys protected status, is being owned by the Fuhrgassl-Huber family since 1993. Fine Heurigen-tradition is still maintained, many prominent guests have spent pleasant hours here - even today the meeting place of prominent artists and politicians. The wonderful guest garden and the well-kept inner courtyard, as well as the various old guest rooms, invite you to linger.
"Nußdorf" is part of the 19th district (Döbling) and was already named in 1081. Even at this time the village was known for it's good wines. Nußdorf has a strategic importance because all ships has to stop at the port of Nußdorf.
In 1980 DI Rudolf Hascha took over the business and in 1987 he began to convert to organic farming with sheep, chickens, cereals and vegetables. From 2001 the farm was named Haschahof. In August 2015 the wohnfonds Wien acquired the entire ensemble - the seller was the "Herzfeld Foundation".
In 2019 the cooperative Zukunftshof won the tender for the subsequent use. Before the renovation begins, there is the opportunity to capture impressions of the 19th century until 2021.
The Restaurant Schubert is a spacious restaurant with several, partly lavishly designed rooms. It is suitable as a film location, as a base camp or for crew catering. The restaurant has a terrace, a garden and a salettl. The rooms range from a baroque "Kuppelzimmer" with an elaborate ceiling fresco, a modern and cosy fireplace room to a rustic "Nussstube". An office and a small apartment with about 35 square meters each are also available.
The restaurant is located at the foot of the medieval Mölker Bastei (original Schottenbastei), next to the romantic backdrop of the Drei-Mäderl-Haus and the Beethoven/Pasqualati-Haus. The Mölkerbastei was built in 1531, in 1776 the "Schreyvogelgasse" (pedestrian zone with cobblestone pavement) was built on it. House no. 6 with its classicist façade was built in 1771, neighbouring house no. 8 with its late Baroque façade at the end of the 18th century.
In the immediate vicinity are the Burgtheater, the main university of Vienna, the town hall and the Ringstrasse.
Stammersdorf is situated in the north of Vienna, at the foot of Bisamberg. Remarkable for the setting are the numerous wine cellars, vineyards and fields, which give Stammersdorf it's countryside character.