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A cozy wine bar, Wein am Römer gives you the chance to sample some fabulous local varieties. In this comfortable setting, you can treat your palate to wines from areas like Rheingau, Franconia, Baden and Württemberg. A menu of local specialties like Frankfurter würstchen accompanies the wine list. The lovely shaded terrace also makes a great spot for a romantic evening. Wein am Römer is open from 3p daily.
One of the oldest dining establishments in Frankfurt am Main, Brückenkeller is said to have been established in 1652. Throughout its existence, it has attracted the city's influential citizens, and is said to have been a regular haunt of the legendary Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. With prix fixe menus featuring dishes like braised shoulder of Wisconsin beef in red wine sauce and a wine list comprising over 1000 vintages, Brückenkeller has perfected the recipe for success. Its proximity to the Trade Fair grounds makes it a popular destination for business lunches.
A wine bar with a diverse patronage, Weinstube im Nordend is a place where you are just as likely to see groups of students as you are an older after-work crowd. This is the place to visit if you want to try something other than the usual Merlot, Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay; the local wine selection is fantastic, and refreshingly affordable. The Sunday breakfast buffet, with its Mediterranean spread, is also very popular.
After a hard day at work, few places are as soothing as Weinbar Piccolo, where there is always a fantastic glass of wine awaiting you. Servers lecturing you about the qualities of every wine on the menu is not this bar's style; the fact that every variety has its own charm is implicit, and patrons are encouraged to make their own choices by putting the wines to the ultimate test: that of taste. You can choose from among reds and whites from Italy and Germany, which are accompanied by a menu of snacks.
Wine lovers in the vicinity of Bockenheim must make it a point to stop by Bockenheimer Weinkontor, a bar famed for its selection of European wines. In all, there are about 50 varieties of wine to choose from, among which there are many German specials to be had. If you're hungry, you can snack on some Italian appetizers, quiches and cheese and salami plates. In the summer, you get to enjoy your drinks out in the garden, while the fireplace is wonderfully inviting in cooler weather.
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.
One of the busiest streets in Frankfurt am Main, Berger Straße has lots to offer. If, after a long day of checking out this street's many attractions, you find yourself to be thoroughly tired, Wein Dünker is a great spot to quench your thirst. What used to be a wine cellar has now been transformed into a wine bar, which probably explains the cave-like setting. There are many local wines on the menu, and you can even pick varieties from Chile, Tyrol, Trentino, Austria and more. The varieties of cheese perfectly complement the wine experience.