Housed within the Porche Museum, a meal at the Christophorus is the very definition of sophisticated indulgence. The elegant dining room is enclosed in glass, offering guests a sprawling view over Porscheplatz on one side and the museum's magnificent, mechanical beauties on the other. The tender and exceptionally well-grilled, dry-aged steaks are the highlight of a menu that is brimming with sublime delicacies, both regional and Mediterranean. Begin your meal with glazed goose leg with grilled pumpkin or carpaccio of bonito, before sampling US Prime beef or Nantaise wild duck served two ways. A fabulous wine list and cigar selection complete the offer, rendering the Christophorus an absolute delight for connoisseurs and gourmets. The restaurant also offers a special menu for business lunches that are sure to impress even your most esteemed clients. Although the restaurant is closed on Sundays, an exception is made in case of private parties involving 40 or more people.
The history of the Teehaus im Weißenburgpark begins in 1913, when the park was a part of Ernst von Sieglin's private estate. The pavilion was built upon a design that combines neoclassical, art nouveau and rococo elements to create a truly stunning effect. Today, the pavilion has been transformed into a tea house and cafe that offers diners a chance to savor epicurean delights beneath the colorful murals that grace the ceiling. Tea, coffee, wine and regional beer are served alongside international dishes, Swabian specialties, cakes, sandwiches and other light snacks. The pavilion gives way to a sprawling beer garden with a view over the fountain and pond. Special events are also often hosted at the Teehaus im Weißenburgpark.
Sommelier Andreas Scherle has been incharge of the century-old wine bar Weinhaus Stetter since 2008. Established in 1902, there is an amazing selection of wines available here. The simple and unassuming bar also serves Swabian delicacies to go along with the exotic wines. The old age charm Weinhaus Stetter has is exactly what makes this place widely admired. Go ahead and indulge yourself to a treat of fascinating wines.
Set in a namesake building that dates back to the 16th Century, Alte Kanzlei is a lovely restaurant in the heart of the city. Besides offering fantastic vistas, the beautifully adorned eatery serves excellent Swabian dishes with a few international favorites thrown in. The menu changes seasonally but you will surely love their classic fare. There's a fine list of wines to accompany your meal. Besides the refined dining room, you can also dine alfresco in either of their two large terraces. Whether you are in for an informal business lunch, family meal or a special occasion, you will be charmed by their hospitality and food. Reservations are a must.
Marshall Matt gives a delightfully laid back vibe to escape the pace. The cafe offers a slew of refreshing drinks in a setting that you'll never forget. An attractively laid out bar counter, brightly lit interiors and beautiful murals of Marshall Matt Dillon over the walls welcome patrons in this warm ambiance. The menu features some of the finest Italian coffees, exquisite teas, creatively crafted cocktails, Dinkelacker beers and Scottish Whiskeys, all so tempting that you won't settle for just one order. During summers, they open up their airy terrace spaces making it ideal for enjoying the city views along with your favorite drinks.
This spot isn't much like what visitors from North America might expect from the name. Far from a deli, it is primarily a place to enjoy drinks, although there are a few dishes available too. During the week the crowd at the Deli is mostly mixed, with business people hanging out besides biker-types, but on the weekend the patrons are noticeably more upscale. That might be explained in part by the drinks available; generally wine, with beer limited to somewhat some drafts and bottles. There's lots of room outdoors during warm weather, although after midnight regulations require that people come inside.
Desirée is a quaint tapas bar serving wide range of small plates and local wines at a reasonable price in the bustling market hall. You can revitalize yourself in between a tiresome shopping spree at the Market Hall by grabbing a cold drink or a plate of delicious tapas served at this restaurant. You can rent the entire restaurant or the terrace area for hosting all kinds of private events. From planning and organization to arranging the food, everything will be taken care of by the efficient management of Desirée itself.
Looking to grab a quick bite or a complete meal while at the Market Hall? If yes, then Empore is the place to be. Each table at this cozy restaurant is decorated with a candle and fresh flowers adding to the overall ambience. With wide range of appetizers, salads, pastas, vegetarian as well as meat dishes to choose from, you won't be short of options at this restaurant. Ask the waiter for the dessert special and end the meal by satiating your sweet tooth.
Di Gennaro Marktstand is a food mart that sells luxury foods and beverages. They have an array of items like ham, salami, cheese, oil, pasta, rice, legumes, vegetables, fish, Dolci, biscuits and much more. In the wine department, there are wine brands such as Friuli, Tuscany, Umbria, Abruzzo and Apulia.
El Mercado Espanol is a food store located in the city center. The mart sells imported food products from Spain. It is located in the market street which makes it easier to spot. They sell products such as wine, legumes, grains, cheese and much more.
Amadeus attracts a city's major crowd of people who love relaxing and devouring great food. Here, you will be served traditional Swabian dishes like Maultaschen or Käsespätzle, as well as contemporary selections including salad and a pizza. The best time of the year to visit the Amadeus is during the summer, when you can enjoy its huge inner courtyard. If you're lucky, you might be there when a local jazz or funk band play live. Be sure to swing by in the mornings for their brunch specials.