Frankfurt Local Food and Drinks
In terms of cultural experiences, you can’t go past Atschel in Frankfurt. You will be sitting amongst locals on long benches, drinking beer and eating genuine German meals. Atschel is always full of locals, so unless you plan to arrive early reservations are recommended.
Must Try Dishes: Try out the Frankfurt Schnitzel, one of Germanys most iconic meals. Ask for the “green sauce” on the side to really bring your schnitzel to the next level!
|+49 696 192 01 ||Wall 7, Frankfurt |
|4-20? ||12:00-13:00 7 days a week |
Tower Bar and Restaurant im Eschenheimer Turm
Wandering the streets of Frankfurt will take you past a lot of medieval structures, but not often the chance to explore inside the walls. Tower Bar and Restaurant avails you this opportunity, in fact, you will be eating inside the old city gate which began construction in 1333! For such an impressive location, you truly can’t beat the price.
Must Try Dishes: You will find Frankfurts best Flammkuchen here, a dish that you may not have even heard about; German pizza but after eating this you’ll be wondering why it doesn’t have the fame Italian pizza does! Choose from one of six toppings.
|+49 069 292 244 ||EschenheimerTurm, Frankfurt am Main |
|3.50-22.50? || |
When the food is this good, it doesn’t matter if you line up to order! Ebert’s Suppenstube is a butcher, serving traditional sausages (wurst), a real local secret. Ebert’s acts like a delicatessen, serving meat, salads,soups, wine and cheese, some of which should be taken home for later!
Must Try Dishes: Just as Germany is famous for wurst so is Ebert’s, thus ordering the Ebert’s Sausages with Bread and Butter is most definitely a must.
|+49 691 338 710 ||Grosse Bockenheimer Strasse 42, Frankfurt |
|2.25-10.90? ||8:30-19:00 Monday-Friday |
Frankfurt is famous for its gorgeous skyline, best viewed from across the river. So you’d be crazy not to combine this view with one of Frankfurt’s most iconic drinks, apple wine! Order your drink and chair and sit out in the sunshine, mingling with locals and taking a break from your busy schedule.
Must Try Drinks: Apfel wein, or Apple Wine in English, is a traditional drink from Frankfurt made of apples with a fruity, yet slightly acidic taste. With an alcoholic content of only 5.5% you will be able to have a few extra glasses of this drink dating back to the 1st Century AD. In Winter it can also be served warm.
|+49 696 619 713 ||Schaumainkai 50, Frankfurt |
|2-15? ||10:00-24:00 7 Days a Week |
For all beer lovers, Naiv has to be pretty high up on your bucket list, with an extensive variety of craft beers on tap. It doesn’t stop there, why not participate in a brewing course, you will get to actively help brew the beer, gain knowledge about the process and even walk away with a Naïve Brewing Course Diploma!
Must Try Drinks: Grab the Beer Tasting Tray to try four types of House beer, all German and range from slightly tangy to fruity in flavor. From there; choose our favourite and order a full size beer!
|+49 692 440 49 ||Fahrgasse 4, Frankfurt |
|2.90-7.90? || |
Main Tower Restaurant and Lounge
In terms of views, it doesn’t get much better than this! In styled sophistication you could be drinking amongst the clouds on the 53rd floor of the Main Tower. TIP: Head to the viewing deck for sunset (elevator fee 6.50?) and then the lounge where you will get the cost debited to your purchases.
Must Try Drinks: Try a local beer, SchöfferhoferWeizenVomFass, which comes in a variety of flavors, such as grapefruit, for those who don’t want a heavy beer. Everything tastes better on the 53rd floor with uninterrupted views of one of Germany’s most beautiful skylines!
|+49 693 650 47 ||Neue Mainzer Strasse 52-58 Frankfurt am Main |
|3-18? || |