You’ll find WerkzeugH in the rooms that in earlier days hosted Werkzeug Huber, a local tool shop with a small gas station in front. In present days the gas station has disappeared and wooden tables fill the stone-paved platform. Tools have been removed and instead you’ll find the the former establishment equipped with living room couches, pot plants in abundance and, most importantly, a great bunch of good mood.
The overall experience of being there can be summed up in terms of liveliness, individuality and creativity. Staying here makes you feel as welcome as you’d feel at your friends’ place and at the same time it makes you sense you’ve got your finger right on the pulse of local life. There are community events like watching ‘Tatort’ and soccer games together with the neighbourhood and whoever drops by. Also, WerkzeugH is a space where artists can share their work.
Also, WerkzeugH serves great food, sometimes (spontaneously and announced shortly before) for free. What comes out of their kitchen is a colourful (and culturally slightly savage) combination of cuisines from all over: currently they’re cooking Indian samosa (served even after 22:00), good old Austrian Kaspressknödel and a lot of other plates worth coming back there for.