This was not the Vienna heuriger experience I remember from 1980. At the end of the 38 tram in Grinzing, a short walk up the street and there you will find the world's largest collection of cork screws and an array of vineyard pruning knives and tools. The entrance to the place is so inviting, but that's where the inviting stops. We were seated quickly, though albeit rudely by a wait staff. The freshly pressed grape juice, white wine, and red wine were good. We ordered food at the counter from a grumpy lady who barked her annoyance at us, but finally warmed up ever so slightly. Light supper for 8 cost us 35 euro with a sampling of ham, side pork and sausages, bread, and kraut. The waiter never came back after the first delivery, but an accordian player and guitarist showed up. We sang edelweiss and and do re mi fa so la ti do. Come time to pay the drinks were 31 euro, I said 35 and the waiter kept 38 of my 100 and said ok and walked away. The place was not clean and quite smelly--doesn't help that smoking is still allowed. Sadly, I made a big mistake by bringing me friends to Reinprecht--I should've gone to Neustift am Walde--NOT Grinzing.
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