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Claiming to be the oldest "sausage tavern" in the world, it is at least 500 years old and has been run by the same family for generations. It's possible that its history stretches back even further, as it supposedly started as a food stand for the workers building the bridge spanning the Danube (that still stands) in the 12th century. Given its location right on the riverbank by the bridge, this makes sense. Or it's a convenient myth. The menu is small but the sausages are spectacular and are served over kraut. They are cooked on an open grill by the entrance to the shop and the indoor dining room is a tiny space that can scarcely fit 20 people. It's cozy, tasty, and worth a visit.

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  • by bhaley
  • recorded January 2009
  • uploaded Jan 26, 2009
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