Eat and Drink in Frankfurt
Frankfurt’s restaurants have a lot more to offer than just the Frankfurt ‘national’ meals of ‘Handkäs’ with music’ and ‘Grüne Soße’. For the restaurant scene is just as lively and multicultural as the town itself. Visitors can try culinary specialities from many countries. There is sufficient choice for night owls too: there are restaurants, bars, clubs and discotheques in all parts of the city.
In “Dribbdebach“, as they call the part of Frankfurt south of the River Main, in the beautiful Sachsenhausen district, this restaurant awaits guests with the traditional atmosphere of Frankfurt’s apple wine culture. This is the place to get together with friends, acquaintances, business partners as well as travelers from all over the world in order to have a glass of apple wine (a “Schoppen”, as it is called) and other specialties which are typical of Frankfurt.
It all started with a flower shop, opened by Rachel Brenman in Kettenhofweg. In addition, last year, a patisserie, which was connected with a flower shop through a breakthrough. The patisserie has now become a wonderful deli. Sweet, macarons, eclairs, Moroccan petit fours and cakes still exist. New are delicacies such as Fleur de sel, Ingo Holland 's spice mixes, Valrhona chocolate, wines and champagne, various fruit mustard varieties destined for certain types of cheese.
Faithful to this truly heavenly message, the monastery courtyard offers both the sumptuous culinary delights of the local gastronomy as well as some delicious dishes from monastic cookbooks in Germany and abroad. In the summer the "Klosterhof" offers one of the most central beer gardens in the city, with over 120 seats. Grown green on the ancient walls of the Carmelite monastery, it can be lingered in the open air.