Looking back at history that spans 400 years, this Old Town bar serves up high quality regional dishes in a quaint historical environment. Those who find themselves in Tante Anna for the first time should sample the set meals. In the evenings, customers are faced with the tough choice between a vegetarian, regional or gourmet menu. The choice is equally difficult when it comes to the wine, as the list contains over 100 different varieties!
Heinemann Confiserie is a renowned name in Germany for their excellent pastries, chocolates and Champagne truffle. Founded by Hermann Heinemann in 1932, they have many branches in various German cities. Dusseldorf itself has four including two cafe-restaurants. This one in Königsallee is a popular spot for sweet lovers. Shop for their delicate confections such as truffles, tortes, candies, cakes, chocolates and other baked goodies. These delightful treats are beautifully packed and neatly arranged. Definitely tempting and equally delicious, they also make an excellent gift choice.
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.
Nachtresidenz is an amalgamation of a hip nightclub, an upscale restaurant and a gorgeous entertainment venue, located in Karlstadt. The first thing you will notice when you step in here is its splendid, shiny decor that comprises of rich, gold elements and plush furnishings. The overall ambiance here is quite luxurious which pulls in a glamorous crowd from far and wide; it's best to dress well before heading here. The place often plays host to upscale concerts and music performances, thanks to it's state-of-the-art technological facilities and great acoustics. The on site restaurant Hugo Mantacco offers gorgeous Italian meals and Kuppelsaal is a smaller dance destination within the premises, that allows for niche, glitzy parties. Over all, Nachtresidenz makes for a fabulous night out – whether it's for the insanely good restaurant, the lively nightclub or awesome concerts showcased here.
Lido is housed in a glass and concrete cube building and offers magnificent views of The Rhine. The minimalist interiors with its semi-rounded leather couches, wooden tables and benches, candlelights and walls adorned with modern artworks, gives it a cozy yet contemporary look. Embark on a culinary journey by savoring their multi-course tasting menus. For an exclusive feel, opt for The Chef Table where chef Florian Ohlmann's spontaneous fare will delight you. Complement your meal with their hand-picked wine selection from Italy, France and Germany or blended cocktails. Enjoy the ambiance, vistas, food and drinks with live music at this swanky, waterfront French restaurant and lounge.
Rheinterrasse offers open air, great beer, and a beautiful view of the Rhine. Traditional wooden picnic tables are set up so patrons can socialize while they enjoy a cold one. The atmosphere is just right for swigging frothy brew from overflowing mugs and joining your fellow drinkers in a rousing beer song.
Pia Eis is Düsseldorf's best-known and most popular ice cream parlor, and the lines going down the street certainly prove this point. The dilemma of choosing a flavor while standing in line and looking at what others have decided on is part of the ritual of the Pia experience. A vast assortment of ice cream flavors and sorbets are available in a cone or tub. Mix and match the flavors, but don't overdo it, because the portions are generous. The prices are also very reasonable. The interior is reminiscent of an Italian ice cream parlor, but is rather dark. Alas, Pia is only open during the summer.
The choice of ground and whole-bean coffee is aplenty in the charming Bazzar Caffè Kirici. The atmosphere of the Cafe and the Tapas menu are admittedly quite enticing, but it is only really worth hanging around here during the summer, when you can sit down in the courtyard of the Wilhelm-Marx-Hause in front of the Bazaar and watch the world go by at your leisure.
Ten years and no bit quieter! Bankers with their chic company chat in a cramped room.
Albert Heijn is a Dutch chain of takeout counters, found in several locations throughout Germany and The Netherlands. These outlets are a cross between restaurants and convenience stores, since there are great many ready-to-eat packages available. Expect to find here a great range of freshly made packaged food from the parent company, i.e. Albert Heijn such as salads, sandwiches, tapas, frozen meals, desserts and lots more. One of their Dusseldorf stores is located on Heinrich-Heine-Allee, in Altstadt, just a few minutes walk from the Heinrich-Heine-Allee U-Bahn.
Burger King is a global chain that has made its presence felt in the city of Dusseldorf too. This city center location is no exception to it, and burger lovers from all over head here for its tasty varieties. At this restaurant, you can sit and enjoy burgers along with other accompaniments like milkshakes and fries. That's not it, this child-friendly place also features takeaway facility that is perfect, if you want to eat on the go.
Sugarbird Cupcakes is a pioneering cupcake cafe in the city. Inspired by a trip to London, owner, Dr. Annette Rosa Marques began this hobby back in 2008 and on popular demand from friends and family, the first boutique was opened four years hence. In a pretty and feminine setting, homemade cupcakes, and tarts are presented as well as savory snacks and coffee. These sweet treats promise to taste as good as they look and feature inventive flavor combinations and creative designs. This cafe also takes orders for weddings, parties, corporate and social events.