Viecha u Sedliaka
Welcome to one of the Bratislava's oldest ale-houses.
The vineyard house was built at the end of the 19th century on the then Schöndorfská street, inhabited mainly by winegrowers. "Viecha" law allowed them to sell and serve wine and small snacks under the "viecha" - green halos on a wooden stick above the gate.
This building was bought in 1952 by the Vinorod wine-growing cooperative (later JRD Bratislava, now PD Bratislava) and in 1956 it opened its first ale-house. It was named "U sedliaka" [Peasant's]. The initial modest food offer was expanded to meat specialties from our own butchery.
Today's range of dishes continues the tradition and history of this building. We serve Slovak dishes, meat specialties and our fabled roasted ducks. You can wash away traditional delicacies with excellent cask grape or currant wine or draft beer.