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This swanky riverside restaurant is known for their contemporary cuisine that is fresh, organic and sublime. The Seven Swans is housed in a charming 1838 building which is the narrowest in Frankfurt, the menu changes weekly yet retains its deliciousness. While the beautifully themed restaurant's staff will pamper you with their attentiveness, the food will allure your palates with its balanced flavor and originality.
Located 187 meters (614 feet) above Frankfurt, the Main Tower Restaurant & Bar offers guests great Euro-Asian cuisine and spectacular views of the city. The elevator takes just 45 seconds to ascend to the 53rd floor of the Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen tower where the restaurant is located. The menu is slightly limited, but the range of drinks more than makes up for it. Service is excellent and prices are not too exorbitant. It is recommended to book well in advance. The viewing platform at 200 meters (656 feet) is open to both diners and non-diners.
Nestled within Frankfurt's opulent opera house, Alte Oper, lies this elegant restaurant serving high-class authentic German cuisine. Contemporary flavors blended in to local recipes, result in tantalizing creative dishes. On Sundays, Restaurant Opéra welcomes families to join them for a delectable brunch fare, and children below 6 years of age can partake from their menu for free. If weather permits, grab the opportunity to dine on the terrace; you will be ensconced in a cool breeze while enjoying magnificent views of the city.
At the Der Fette Bulle, or The Fat Bull, burgers take center stage. This restaurant is very popular in the area for its authentic burgers, grilled plates, and the choice of beers on the menu. Juicy and succulent patty in the center makes way for fresh ingredients, tasty sauces, and fresh buns to give you a punch of flavor in every bite. They have many other options on the menu as well, and all the burgers are made from pure beef. The tables are large and there is plenty of space for larger groups.
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.
Fox and Hound pub & restaurant is not just a place for business but is also a venue for reliving the British pub tradition in the heart of Germany. Styled reminiscently like an English pub, Fox and Hound also serves an old English style breakfast & brunch. A great place for hearty pub grub and an uninterrupted casual ambiance, your pub outing will also be aided by the staff which speaks English fluently. So pop in for a pint or ale, and to make matters different do it in Brit style.
Café Größenwahn a local corner spot is widely acclaimed for its great service, great food, and incredible history. Once a student speakeasy and trendy hangout, Grössenwahn has evolved over the years to become a more refined dining favorite in Frankfurt am Main. Grössenwahn has not forgotten its roots, remaining a perfect spot to pull up a seat and enjoy a few beers, but it would be a shame to not try the food. The menu boasts tasty German, Greek, Italian, and French elements that do not disappoint. This unique spot, however, is no secret. Reservations are essential.