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Located in what used to be an underpass, this club is still a well-kept secret. Its dark red walls, small tables and corner seats make for a hip but intimate atmosphere with rock bands and avant-garde groups providing the entertainment. The most popular drink seems to be beer. There's no messing around with cocktails and no food, just a few whiskies to choose from, though they do provide peanuts free of charge.
Once you've finally found it, you'll immediately feel at home in this bright and comfortable café. The menu offers a wide selection of dishes, with an emphasis on pasta and Mexican cuisine, at reasonable prices. The bartender is very friendly and his shots are generous. The clientele is a colorful mix of working-class men and women and youngsters. There is a bowling alley in the cellar and a small beer garden at the front.
Almost hidden under an archway on a quiet side road, you'll be surprised at how spacious Cafe Mozart is. This is a perfect anytime venue - from breakfast with friends under a skylight to a good old group night out. Comfy enough to stay put for the whole evening, the size of this place enables a spontaneous gathering without reservations. The food ranges from the light and simple to hearty schnitzels and burgers at very reasonable prices.
With scintillating cocktails and a plethora of Tex-Mex cuisine to choose from, EscoBar lives up to its name of offering the best Mexican food in town along with plenty of happy times. The items on the menu that are worth recommending are Quesadilla Chilicano, Chimichanga De Taxco and Alitas De Pollo. Keep some place for the desserts too, especially the Rollitos de Primavera.The bar sees a lot of crazy fun with pacjked tables and people hanging out over glasses of cocktails and bitters. Join in the melee here and have the time of one's life. Avail the attractive happy hour discounts and promotions.
The Barschwein has a simple and inventive concept: when you walk through the door, you are handed a card. All your drinks for the evening are marked here, and you pay when you leave. The Barschwein has a comfy atmosphere with leather sofas and cheap drinks. The menu offers kölsch - a light beer from Cologne - in tiny glasses; shots, regular beer and cocktails are other drinks that are on offer. The Barschwein also doubles as a cozy living room beer garden where you can bring your own food! Enjoy the atmosphere and cheap prices, just don't lose your card.
International cuisine is the order of the day at Cafe Westend. From Greek or Mexican to traditional German dishes, this café has something for everyone. The decor is dark, late 19th century and quite cozy and interesting. Your visit is made all the more enjoyable by the friendly, lively staff and the generous portions of food. The overall homey vibe makes this spot a neighborhood favorite. Billiards and bowling facilities are also available here.