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.
Translated from German, the "LKA" in the name of this establishment means Longhorn Cultural Exchange. Originally opened in 1984 as a country and western bar, the place was usually packed with Americans. After the withdraw of US military forces during the 1990s, however, the concept had to be changed and the cultural exchange was born. It is now a disco and concert hall with a mixed program. Amateur nights devoted to promoting local talent, classic oldies night with music from the 70s and 80s and grunge, alternative, industrial and freestyle nights fill the calendar almost every night of the week.
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.
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.
Waranga is one of Stuttgart's most popular meeting places. It offers a sunny terrace equipped with awnings, plants, loungers and comfortable daybeds for that genuine relaxing feeling. The club, with its tranquil atmosphere, attracts all kinds of guests. This is an ideal place to relax with your friends after a hectic day at work. The club organizes events and plays of all kinds of music, thus making it a hot spot for all revelers. The Waranga Club Lounge is also rented out for parties, business events, presentations or private parties.
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.
Feuilleton is a reputed live music club in eastern Stuttgart, which hosts underground bands and musicians, from across the globe. Music enthusiasts can have a ball on the dance floor, followed by a chilled session at the bar. Admission to Feuilleton is free. Call for further information.
Bo'teca di Vino is the perfect place for a date night or a quiet dinner with friends. Dishes like Beef Tea Boteca, Guilty Scottish salmon, Fillet of Breton monkfish, and Filet of the Allgäu calf are a few listed. You can finish your course with a dessert such as Mascarpone Amarettini Tart with Eggnog Ice cream. Complement your meal with a glass of wine from their large collection.
Tucked away behind lush trees in a quiet street overlooking poplars and open fields, Der Pappelgarten is a lovely spot for trekkers, hikers and anyone in the area looking for a respite in the evenings. This cozy restaurant and beer garden serves authentic regional fare with a few international dishes sprinkled in its menu. Check their daily specials on their blackboard. There is a playground for the little ones as well. Tipple on a beer or two as well. Enjoy live jazz music and other improv performances held regularly by local artists. You can also celebrate birthdays and other special occasions here.
One of the Stuttgart's premier cocktail bars, BARBADOS serves a wide range of innovative Caribbean-style cocktails that are sure to tantalize your senses. A local favorite in these parts, the bar is perpetually packed with youngsters who come here to socialize and savor some of BARBADOS' famous cocktails. Try the Vodka Lemon, Vodka Red Bull, Bombay Sapphire and the Gin Tonic when you visit as these are some of their specialties.