On a flower-festooned lane, this pocket-sized restaurant with clever backlighting and a menu fizzing with bright, sunny flavours attracts a rather food-literate clientele. Each dish combines just a few hand-picked i…
A warm, woody Baden-style Weinstube (wine tavern) with wisteria growing out front and regional flavours on the menu. The trout in various guises (for instance, with Riesling or almond-butter sauce) is delicious.
Thumbs up for the Feierling house brew which has kept beer lovers lubricated for over a quarter century. In summer grab a table in the lovely beer garden and stave off a hangover with honest-to-goodness German class…
Eat your way around the world – from curry to sushi, oysters to antipasti – at the food counters in this historic market hall, nicknamed 'Fressgässle'.
Homebrewed pilsners wash down meaty snacks from ox-tongue salad to half-metre bratwursts. Lunch is a snip at €5.50. You'll find it off Kaiser-Joseph-Strasse.
Bag local goodies (honey, cheese, fruit and the like), or snack on a wurst-in-a-bun, topped with fried onions.
Right on the square, this 18th-century guardhouse serves local Müller-Thurgau and Pinot noir wines at the tasting tables. If they sharpen your appetite, you can order tapas on Thursdays.
In historic digs and crammed with antiques and vintage theatre posters, this evergreen pub has made the magic happen for generations of students. Check out the skeleton in the men's toilet. Summer terrace.
Across the Gewerbekanal, this gallery highlights 20th-century Expressionist and abstract art, including emotive works by Oskar Kokoschka and Otto Dix.