Discover Nuremberg's beer tradition and diversity. For centuries, Nuremberg has been an important city for brewing beer. Whether light, dark or the traditional red – you’ll find something for every taste here. The most famous and popular breweries are the Tucher Traditionsbrauerei, Hausbrauerei Altstadthof and Schanzenbräu. Linked to this beer tradition and a special highlight of the city are the historical rock cut cellars, which are cut up to four stories deep into the sandstone hill beneath Nuremberg. Today, as in the past, they are a cool storage place for tasty specialties made from hops and malt.
Café Wanderer and the Bieramt are located at Tiergärtnertor and – especially in summer – are a great place for young and old to meet.read more
At this Franconian restaurant in Gostenhof, there are not only all kinds of delicious foods, but a wide assortment of refreshing beers from...read more
Whether you are looking for typical Franconian food, fresh salads or trendy modern meals, Gutmann offers something for everyone. A...read more
The listed, historical Gasthaus which has been unchanged sinde 1877 (then still described as the "Torschreiberhaus" - guard's house for the...read more
Steichele has been located in Nuremberg since 1897. Here, the Steichele family serves traditional Franconian and light cuisine - whether in...read more
Here, you can expect a gastronomic and cultural experience of a special kind, which will stimulate all your senses. Good food from the...read more
The trendy Nuremberg beer garden. It's difficult to believe, but the building for this now popular beer garden was once public toilets.read more