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Situated in the heart of the city opposite the Römer, Frankfurt am Main's historic city hall, Zum Schwarzen Stern is a pleasant restaurant that boasts one of the best locations in Frankfurt am Main. Excellent service and exquisite food make Zum Schwarzen Stern ideal for all occasions, from business lunches to a romantic rendezvous. The stylish ambiance in the main restaurant and the two banqueting rooms also lends itself to receptions and festivities. It is no surprise that official visitors are often entertained here. Ask for one of their special meals and you won't be disappointed.
Located in the heart of Sachsenhausen, the Zum Gemalten Haus is a pretty restaurant and a great place to sit and chat with friends. You may also get into conversation with the people at the next table, as that's the kind of place this is: the home of traditional Sachsenhausen hospitality. The menu is made up of local specialties, lots of thick soups, healthy salads and a variety of different meats served with sauerkraut. The menu also features a tempting variety of cheeses and a new dessert everyday.
The district of Sachsenhausen is known for its pubs specializing in apfelwein, or apple wine. Apfelweinwirtschaft Wagner is one of these typical establishments; rustic and cozy, selling apple wine by the pitcher. The clientele consists of a mix of students, tourists and locals who come here to guzzle down a few glasses, perhaps accompanied by a hearty local dish. The outdoor courtyard is extremely pleasant, be it summer or winter.
A small diner that is perpetually crowded, Malepartus Frankfurt has a vast assortment of local specialties to offer you. It's not just tourists who stop by for a quick bite while exploring the region of Bornheim; this restaurant has its fair share of local patrons. No authentic German meal is complete without schnitzel, and this restaurant doesn't disappoint in that regard. A selection of German beers is also available. Reservations are a must.
Solzer is part of the lively social scene of the city. Here, you can drink their homemade beer or pitcher of apple wine. In the summer, you will enjoy lounging in the garden while sipping cold drinks. The roasted potatoes with green salsa are really good and worth trying at Solzer. They also serve other Frankfurt specialties like the Handkäse mit Musik (a cheese specialty), the Matjes (mackerel), or the Wurst plates (cooked and smoked meats). Along with the tasty fare enjoy chatting with the locals in the cozy environs.
J.W. Goethe, Germany's greatest playwright, used to relax in this cider garden after his walks. However nowadays, the Gerbermühle, located at Hotel Gerbermühle, attracts a cross-section of people keen to take in the unique atmosphere of this wonderful riverside establishment. The menu includes traditional German specialties such as wiener schnitzel or indulge yourself with delicious veal consommé, veal cutlets with fried potatoes, or wild herb salads with cheese. Breakfast from 6.30 to 10.30a is for hotel guests only.
Zum Rad is a popular restaurant serving traditional German cuisine in a rustic, outdoor setting. The menu has a long list of authentic local and regional dishes that are generously portioned and reasonably priced. This garden restaurant tends to get very crowded, especially during the summer. During the winter months the crowd lessens but the restaurant still remains popular with the locals.