A tapering roof and a narrow ground floor cushion the wide middle floors of this half-timbered structure dating back centuries. Believed to have been erected in the Middle Ages, Spitzhäuschen features a framework typical of Medieval designs, although its shape lends itself to more unique architectural styles. The enduring landmark is one of the most recognized attractions in Bernkastel-Kues, its striking visage inspiring the artistic inclinations of many a curious photographer. Today, Spitzhäuschen doubles as a wine bar that regales patrons with tasteful variants and is managed by the Schmitz-Herges family.
Landgasthof Michels is located about 300 meters (984 feet) away from Schalkenmehrener Maar which is a crater formed by a volcanic eruption. Close to nature, this four-star hotel features a restaurant that serves excellent dishes from the traditional local cuisine. They prepare specially curated gourmet meals which is served at the restaurant’s breakfast buffet, lunch and dinner. They also have a wide selection of local wines to pair with the meals.
For the fans of Rock music, Lucky's Luke is a must visit, especially for those who worship Heavy Metal covers. Located on the Luxemburger Straße, the disarmingly simple exterior of the club does little justice to the vibrant interior that it hides. Inside, the club is an explosion of electric colors with an eccentric decor that complements the mood of the place. The bar boasts of a number of spirits which are turned into potent concoctions by the master bartenders and the beers on tap are simply impressive to say the least. Drinks are priced reasonably, so you can keep them coming while you soak in the musical whimsy of this place till wee hours of the morning.
The Kyrburg Whisky Museum And Restaurant is named after a castle of the same name situated in Kirn. This restaurant and its impressive display of rare whiskys has made this place a must-visit spot when visiting Kirn. The whiskys that are exhibited at Kyrburg Whisky Museum And Restaurant hail from nations that are best known for their product but in addition to these, patrons can try Sri Lankan as well as Turkish whiskys here. The on-site restaurant serves delicious German food, cooked with the use of locally-sourced ingredients and traditional techniques. Their desserts are quite popular, especially the cakes which have garnered a reputation among the locals. Do not forget to have a look at the ancient whisky bottles on display, these will take you back in time and some of them also have fascinating stories attached.