Part of the local Catholic seminary, the classically baroque Augustinerkirche, built from 1768 to 1772, was unscathed by WWII so all its...
Dom- und Diözesanmuseum displays artwork from the Dom St Martin cathedral, including sculptures from the rood screen (1239) - the work...
Topped by an octagonal tower, Mainz’ famous cathedral, built from deep red sandstone in the 12th century, is quintessentially...
Behind a plain, olive-green-painted facade is one of the Altstadt's cosiest wine taverns. Dating from 1791, it serves wines purely from...
The best place in the heart of the city centre to pick up picnic supplies.
Grebenstrasse 4 · interesting places nearby
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Germany meets France at this dark-timber-panelled Weinstube in dishes like grilled tuna with Riesling and sage sauce, garlic-crusted rack of lamb with wilted spinach, schnitzel with Frankfurt-style Grüne Sosse and rump steak with herb butter, as well as garlic snails. All ingredients are fresh, so the menu evolves with the seasons; there's a lovely summer courtyard. Cash only.