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This former police station is one of Frankfurt's best-known landmarks. In the 18th Century, the square-shaped, Baroque building with its columned arcades was built as a police station and prison, when it housed many famous but reluctant guests (such as the councilor Johannes Erasmus Senckenberg and the legendary robber Schinderhannes). With a rich history behind it, the Café Hauptwache now attracts guests with hearty local and international fare and delectable desserts. People watch while seated in the outdoor area in the summer while you sip cold drinks and juices. The space can also be used to host business or private events.
Bootshaus presents a fantastic dining opportunity right next to one of Frankfurt's main landmarks, the Eiserner Steg pedestrian bridge. You can drink your Äppler (apple wine) and have a look at the fantastic view of the river and Frankfurt's skyline from Bootshaus. This is a rustic place and the menu consists of good old traditional cooking. If you have had enough of the terrace, you can always go for a trip on a pedal boat for a while.
This colorful Mexican restaurant is always full, so make sure to book in advance, otherwise you'll be in for a long wait before you get a table. But the wait is worth it. The food is a joy for the eyes and the palate and the hefty portions are guaranteed to make your appetite vanish. Guests can accompany their meal with a Mexican beer, or wash it down with a fruity margarita.
This wonderful restaurant in the elegant Westend district of Frankfurt is a favorite spot among locals and tourists alike. Charming interiors combine with a mouthwatering array of authentic Italian delicacies and fine wines to make this a savory culinary experience. Guests can also enjoy the tasty seasonal specials in the comfortable terrace balcony that is usually open in the summers. If you're lucky you may even get to spot a few famous personalities that have Ristorante Isoletta on their favorites list.
Like the phoenix from the ashes, this small cinema-cum-restaurant has since become a magnet for young people from all over the city since its reopening. Written off by many, there are now so many customers that it is often impossible to find a seat at Orfeo's Erben. The décor is stylish, with silver lights, steel accessories, and red leather chairs. The menu contains a mix of exotic specialties such as tandoori and saltimbocca, which change according to season. The venue hosts mainly independent art house films, usually accompanied by discussions and talks.
There is no fancy decor in this cozy yet friendly restaurant, but expect yummy pizzas that will just blow your mind away. Pizzeria Da Cimino is an unpretentious place with delish pizzas that is wallet-friendly as well. A favorite amongst the locals and tourists alike, the pizzas do the talking here and the vibrancy of the place will charm you. So if you are looking out for delicious pizza while in Deutschland, Pizzeria Da Cimino might be an excellent option for you.
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.
Zum Lahmen Esel has seen many ups and downs in its 200 years of history, yet has stood firmly over the many years of its existence. Serving an extensive German menu along with beer and wine, the restaurant, a former inn, has garnered reputation for their beautiful outdoor dining options in the covered terrace and beer garden which is surrounded by lush greenery. Whether it is a corporate event or a family occasion, Zum Lahmen Esel is available and equipped to make your events wonderful.