FRANKFURT Gay Friendly Restaurants 2020
Delicious food awaits you in Frankfurt with the best restaurants offering both local delicacies and international dishes
Being a multicultural city, frankfurt is blessed with a wide range of restaurants featuring cuisine from around the world. The city has some of the finest restaurants in Germany dotted around the city. From high rise restaurants to quaint little gastropubs in the south bank, Frankfurt’s delicacies will delight and inspire.
Meat features on most menus with beef roasts and venison very popular. Local specialities include, “Handas mit musik” a strong regional cheese and of course Apfelwein (Apple Wine), the traditional apple cider served in a traditional mug or as a spritzer.
And of course, where better to try a Frankfurter? This sausage speciality was the culinary talk of the town as early as 1825, when it was served in the city’s first international hotels as a snack-sized delicacy and has gone on to become one of the most famous international dishes.
Fressgass is a great neighbourhood for dining out featuring cuisine from Tapas to Middle Eastern to East Asian. Restaurants in this district are a little bit pricier.
The district is the epicentre of eating out in Frankfurt, where every second business is a restaurant or eatery. While here make sure you try a glass of Ebbelwoi Kneipen, Frankfurt’s famous cider, delicious.
Finally the restaurants in the Romerberg, bergerstrasse and Zeil shopping centres are also worth visiting.
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This non-smoking hotel is located on the corner of the Zeil shopping street in central Frankfurt. It features 3 restaurants, a 24-hour gym and a large spa. Wi-Fi is free in the lobby