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For generations, Weinstube Zur Kiste has been Stuttgart's best-known and most popular wine tavern. Still the place retains with pride a grandeur of the artistic times. Crowded with artists and intellectuals, this place offers a creative ambiance that is distinctively loved over the years. The decor is wooden and elegant. The elaborate menu has Swabian delicacies in abundance and charming wines to wash it down. A must visit in Stuttgart.
Waranga is one of Stuttgart's most popular meeting places. It offers a sunny terrace equipped with awnings, plants, loungers and comfortable daybeds for that genuine relaxing feeling. The club, with its tranquil atmosphere, attracts all kinds of guests. This is an ideal place to relax with your friends after a hectic day at work. The club organizes events and plays of all kinds of music, thus making it a hot spot for all revelers. The Waranga Club Lounge is also rented out for parties, business events, presentations or private parties.
Treppe is a cafe and bar that offers the choicest variety of wines, liquors and spirits. Cozy and warm, this place also offers a lounge where you can relax and chill out with your friends. The house and electro music playing at the lounge and the bar will surely keep you entertained. The food offered at the cafe includes paninis and salads. This premium cafe also benefits from a super central location and swell styling.
After a long, hard week at work, when you need a stress buster, visiting Schräglage is the perfect choice. The in-house DJs spin some cool music. They also have some live events and musical events to ensure that there is no monotony. Take a drink and dance the night away to the tunes of the DJ. When tiredness catches up to you, you can go to the terrace and indulge yourself in the great food there. Time to let you hair down and have fun.
This classical cafe is decorated in the style of the 1980s. Extended in 1998 with an adjoining open-air cinema, Café le Théâtre offers live music and live broadcasts of sporting highlights round off the summer program. This cafe, which includes a proper restaurant, is right beside the Gloria Theater, which makes it a good pick for having coffee before or after the show. This place also serves liquor and wines.
Marshall Matt gives a delightfully laid back vibe to escape the pace. The cafe offers a slew of refreshing drinks in a setting that you'll never forget. An attractively laid out bar counter, brightly lit interiors and beautiful murals of Marshall Matt Dillon over the walls welcome patrons in this warm ambiance. The menu features some of the finest Italian coffees, exquisite teas, creatively crafted cocktails, Dinkelacker beers and Scottish Whiskeys, all so tempting that you won't settle for just one order. During summers, they open up their airy terrace spaces making it ideal for enjoying the city views along with your favorite drinks.
Formerly known as the Showcase Center, Erdgeschoss ("Ground Floor" in English) is a bar with a stage in the center of the room. Many concerts, theatrical performances and poetry readings take place here. The beer is good and the crowd that comes here is culturally inclined. With large screens, it is also a popular destination for watching major sporting events. Come here to unwind and relax your senses.
This spot isn't much like what visitors from North America might expect from the name. Far from a deli, it is primarily a place to enjoy drinks, although there are a few dishes available too. During the week the crowd at the Deli is mostly mixed, with business people hanging out besides biker-types, but on the weekend the patrons are noticeably more upscale. That might be explained in part by the drinks available; generally wine, with beer limited to somewhat some drafts and bottles. There's lots of room outdoors during warm weather, although after midnight regulations require that people come inside.
California Bounge is an upscale bar in the vibrant party area of Stuttgart. The seating is plush and comfortable along with subdued lighting, which makes it just the antidote for a stressful day at work. The wine and cocktail lists are extensive and surprisingly reasonably priced as well. The DJ plays mellow music initially and gradually builds it up as the night progresses. During warmer days in summer, it is possible to sit outside on the balcony and take in some of the street views opposite.
The 7grad lounge opened for the first time in 2005 offering the best in entertainment. It presents mixed music and house/electro and is one of the simple yet chic bars in the Theodor-Heuss-Strasse. The lounge consists of a large space with excellent other worldly interiors and lighting. Make sure that you are dressed in your best so as not to feel out of place among some of the city's most beautiful party people.
Operational since 1996, Biergarten im Schlossgarten is one of the region's largest beer gardens with a beautiful park-like atmosphere. The specialties here includes fleischkase (a type of meat loaf) straight from the oven, freshly grilled pork knuckles and chickens, crisp roasts, and kasspatzle (cheesy noodles). There is a slew of beers to choose from, all so tempting that you won't settle for one order. With a seating capacity of about 2000 people, this open-air venue is a great place to meet your friends and relax on a weekend.
Translated from German, the "LKA" in the name of this establishment means Longhorn Cultural Exchange. Originally opened in 1984 as a country and western bar, the place was usually packed with Americans. After the withdraw of US military forces during the 1990s, however, the concept had to be changed and the cultural exchange was born. It is now a disco and concert hall with a mixed program. Amateur nights devoted to promoting local talent, classic oldies night with music from the 70s and 80s and grunge, alternative, industrial and freestyle nights fill the calendar almost every night of the week.