A place to get good wine in the Wienerwald. This one is in Döbling, on the way up to Kahlenberg from Vienna. According to trusty Wikipedia, a Buschenschank redirects to Heuriger, and is explained as such: A heuriger has certain limitations compared to a restaurant. Only its own wine is served, and it serves a limited selection of cold food as an evening meal, generally local, homemade products. Many places still provide a selection of small dishes, for example Liptauer spread, various meat or sausage and Semmel (bread roll) dishes or cheese selections. Additionally, a Heuriger is only open for a limited time, usually 2 or 3 weeks, although may reopen again later in the season when more wine has been produced. In areas with many Heurigen, people generally know about the scheduled openings of establishments, through word of mouth or a calendar of the area. Open Heurigen indicate that guests are welcome with a couple of conifer or fir twigs bound in a circle, or Buschen, hung above the entrance door.
In Vienna, there are many places where the twigs hang all year round though…. 🙂