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Café Karin is a city-center oasis located directly opposite Goethe's birthplace at Großer Hirschgraben. The breakfasts here are legendary: a croissant with butter and jam and warm bread with nutty Gouda cheese will make your day! At lunchtime, light meals are served. The décor is pleasantly warm, with practicality taking precedence over beauty. The relaxed and mellow ambiance attracts young people and families for whom the café has become a home away from home.
The Metropol is located across the street from the Frankfurt Cathedral. You'll find a mixed crowd enjoying the food here from tourists and students to locals and churchgoers. The room is brightly lit and the interior is cozy with large wooden tables. You might want to try sitting by the window on one of the leather corner seats if any are available because the view of the Cathedral is fantastic. Payment is accepted only through cash.
This traditional patisserie in Frankfurt's Westend has been around since the early 1900s, so long in fact that many people could not imagine life without it. Most of the regulars are academics from the nearby university, bankers and business people. During summer, guests can enjoy a cup of coffee and a slice of cake in the garden or out on the terrace. There is a choice between 30 different cakes and a daily menu featuring pasta, salads and local specialties.
With its baroque decor, high ceilings and ornate wooden and gilded decorations, Harvey's is a joy to the eye as well as the palate, a perfect combination of moderate prices, elegant decor and friendly service. A wide selection of international breakfasts is served until late in the day, while the evening menu contains some fascinating culinary concoctions. Choose from an array of crunchy salads, mouthwatering desserts and delicious local snacks. The cocktails are also highly recommended. children's playing area engages children while adults savor the fine menu.
Named after the ornamental tree native to China and Japan, Ginkgo offers a range of cocktails, breakfasts and a select choice of Eurasian cuisine. Guests sit at exquisitely decorated Japanese style tables and enjoy the likes of Pink grilled Ribeyesteak or Pasta spaghetti with homemade rocket pesto. The menu changes according to season, meaning that there is always something new to discover. The terrace is wonderful in good weather.
The shouts and chants coming from Yours Sports Bar in Frankfurt are heard well outside the bar premises, and no one can really blame them when the most sporty crowd of Frankfurt gathers here all the time. A loud, boisterous environment infected with a feisty enthusiasm and a killer booze list is bound to be busy frequently. Pop a visit on one of the 'All you can Eat' days and enjoy a hearty Sunday brunch as well. A good ole- American assortment of crepes, pancakes, waffles, pastries, sausages and salads will have the manliest of men salivating