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Located in the historic center of the city in Altstadt, Zum Schlüssel established in 1850 is one of the first breweries in the region. As of today, this charming old brewery offers not only tours of its facility and informative talks on the art of brewing but also a wondrous dining venue which features a beautiful beer-garden overlooking Neanderkirche. With their list of freshly drafted beers brewed on-site, they offer delicious home-style food that couples wonderfully with the likes of the Original Schlüssel. Moreover, this venue can also be booked for private events and celebrations.
One of the most popular pubs in the old town, Uerige is famous for its Altbier, a strong, dark concoction which is brewed on the premises. The ambiance is friendly and informal, so don't be surprised if the waiter joins you for a beer. All beer are automatically replenished when the glass is empty, so if you don't want any more, you will have to tell the waiter. With its huge copper beer vats and long wooden tables, the decor is rustic and extremely typical for this part of the world.
Steeped in tradition, Zum Schiffchen is one of the oldest restaurants in Düsseldorf, with its earliest documentation being traced back to 1628. Operated by Rolf Klostermeier, Schiffchen continues to cater to generations of the city's locals and social luminaries. The cuisine is authentically Rhineland style; specialties include their namesake soup and regional draft brews. Pick a table at the lovely beer garden or soak in the rusticity amidst antiquity and modern art decor within. The inn evidently retains its old-world charm and nurtures its rich heritage. The “Köbesse” or “waiters” are a hospitable bunch with their German accents and original blue attire.
A popular favorite in the old town, beer-lovers from all over the world congregate here to sample the local brew. The restaurant even has its own brewery, which produces tasty beer in strict accordance with the German beer purity law. Apart from the beer, Füchschen also offers hearty German food. The menu is filled with traditional dishes like Eisbein with sauerkraut.
Brauerei Schumacher was established in 1838, making it one of the oldest breweries in the city. Located on Oststraße, sandwiched between Karlstadt and Friedrichstadt, it is known for the refreshing local brews like Schumacher Latzen and Schumacher Alt across Germany. Along with these classic, the place also offers a range of delectable, traditional German dishes like rheinish souerbraten, roasted pork knuckel, sauerkraut gravy and schnitzel among several others. Brauerei Schumacher is charmingly done up, reminiscent of its 175 years old history and features a beautiful biergarten that's open during sweet summer days. The service is friendly - waitresses in traditional German garb - that adds to the whimsical allure of the place. There are also guided tours available for those who'd like to know where their beer came from. As such, Brauerei Schumacher has something to offer for everyone.