Frankfurt is considered to be one of the largest German cities, the financial center of the country, and a European metropolis with a highly developed infrastructure. Therefore, it’s not a secret that a great number of travelers come there for business.
Daily conferences, business meetings and other events are very exhausting, and by the evening the first thought that will arise in your head is “where to go to have a snack and relax?”.
If your idea of relaxing includes a visit to the bar, enjoying food and drinks, then the guide to the bars of Frankfurt is exactly what you need. Based on practical experience and extensive research, we’ve selected the best bars in Frankfurt suitable for a nice pastime after exhausting business events. So, grab your Rentalcars24h rental car in Frankfurt and start relaxing!
Main Nizza is a restaurant of traditional German cuisine with elements of fusion. The restaurant is located in Frankfurt’s business district and offers its visitors local German and regional dishes with unique additions. In the summer time there is a veranda and a beer garden. Steaks, fillets, cutlets, schnitzels from different kinds of meat are offered for main course. The drinks menu includes beers, various aperitifs, as well as separate wine list and the selection of non-alcoholic cocktails.
Address: Untermainkai 17, 60329 Frankfurt am Main
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11.30am-1am
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If you want to plunge into the local atmosphere, then you should go to Gaststätte Atschel! Founded in 1849, the tavern belongs to the oldest pubs in the southern part of Frankfurt.
The interior of the tavern features typical long wooden benches and tables that create an ethnic atmosphere of the place. The constant high quality of the cuisine at reasonable prices is a guarantee of the high popularity of the tavern. The prices in this Frankfurt restaurant are considered to be the most affordable. Each dish served in Gaststätte Atschel including fish and meat, are exclusively of local origin. During the warm season, tavern visitors can enjoy meals sitting on the outdoor terrace.
Address: Wallstraße 7, 60594 Frankfurt am Main
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 12pm-12am
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Paulaner am Dom
Paulaner am Dom is a typical German restaurant in the heart of Frankfurt, situated next to the Römerberg Square. In this Frankfurt’s restaurant you can enjoy iconic Bavarian cuisine in a rustic, cozy atmosphere. That’s why this restaurant is very popular among travelers.
Paulaner am Dom belongs to the famous brewery, which produces one of the most popular brands of German beer. Varieties of beer will satisfy every taste – different types of light and dark beer are available. Try to taste ‘radler’ – a mixture of beer and lemonade. The restaurant offers delicious snacks at very ‘tasty’ prices. Among the offered dishes you’ll find such local specialties as pork knuckle, German sausages and sauerkraut.
Address: Domplatz 6, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-12am
Trattoria i Siciliani
If you get tired of visiting German restaurants and want to try real Italian home cooking in the heart of Frankfurt, Trattoria i Siciliani restaurant is exactly what you need.
The owner of the establishment Matteo will make everything that you feel like home. Trattoria i Siciliani is one of the top three restaurants in Frankfurt, and offers excellent value. All dishes are cooked according to iconic Sicilian recipes and served with excellent Italian wines.
The restaurant is suitable for a family dinner, meeting with friends or for a romantic date. In summer, Trattoria i Sicilliani provides an open-air terrace. Travelers advise to try Sicilian wines, lasagna, fish dishes, spaghetti with seafood and veal.
Address: Walter-Kolb-Straße 17, 60594 Frankfurt am Main
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 12pm-3pm, 6pm-11pm
Medici is considered to be a great dining spot in the city. Magnificent cuisine and a wonderful atmosphere allow Medici to get to the list of the most famous German restaurants. It’s located between the busy shopping areas of Zeil and Römer in the vicinity of the railway station and the exhibition center.
Two chefs-brothers of Medici created an incredible Mediterranean menu including innovative seasonal dishes. From the famous courses you can order venison or scallops and octopuses. After lunch, you can enjoy a cool drink or a glass of good wine in the bar. It’s better to book tables in advance.
Address: Weißadlergasse 2, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 11.30am-10.30pm
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This Japanese restaurant in Frankfurt is quite small and offers not more than 30 seats. The menu includes 31 dishes, including standard rolls with tuna, salmon, California rolls, fresh scallops and octopus. Speaking of drinks, the choice of tea and beer is especially wide. The restaurant serves a delicious traditional Japanese sashimi dish, prepared of raw fish.
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The interior Iwase is simple and uncomplicated, but the service and quality of food is at a very high level. The restaurant is popular both among locals and travelers. The place is considered to be one of the best Japanese restaurants in Frankfurt.
Address: Vilbeler Str. 31, 60313 Frankfurt am Main
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12pm-2pm, 6.30pm-10pm; Sunday and Monday closed