The 19th-century Frauenbad is only open to women during the day. Its trendy bar opens to both sexes at night.
The house where firebrand preacher Huldrych Zwingli (1484–1531), who began speaking out against the Catholic Church here in the 16th...
This one-time haunt of Lenin and the Dadaists is still a prime people-watching spot. Come for the art-nouveau interior, the OTT...
This is the city’s most famous – and busiest – sausage stand; just follow the crowds streaming in for a tasty grease fest. The classic...
Rämistrasse 4 · interesting places nearby
A haunt of city movers and shakers in suits, the Crown Hall is a brasserie-style establishment with an old-world feel, white tablecloths and lots of dark wood. Impeccably mannered waiters move discreetly below Chagall, Miró, Matisse and Picasso originals, serving a daily-changing menu that regularly crosses international borders, from gazpacho to tuna sashimi to Chateaubriand in Béarnaise sauce.