Here you find something to eat, drink and do for everyone. If you couldn´t find the right thing do not hesitate to contact us - you are welcome!
At the “Bear Claw“ you get sandwiches and salads freshly prepared with real good meat. The local meat can be combined to any dish and you can pick! The little restaurant is right in the heart of St. Georg and certainly worth a lunch visit.
Between “Osterbek“ and “Eilbeck“ one finds a large number of canals. Even though one would not expect such, there are plenty stand up paddling and canoe rentals so that your Hamburg trip becomes something special.
The little “Bistro Carmagnole“ just around the corner from Superbude St. Pauli and right in the middle of the „Schanzenvirtel“. The bistro provides french cuisine in a very lovely setting. Romantic and stylish and certainly delicious dishes.
The “Cafe Gnosa“ is a coffee house which is established around the gay and lesbian scene in Hamburg, however, not excluding anyone else to dine, eat a cake or have a drink at the café. Really good breakfast is also served at Café Gnosa yet the cakes, well try for yourself! The café is located in the city center right in the middle of St. Georg, a vibrant and lively district.
Who doesn´t love Tapas? At “Cantina Popular” it is all about the Latin-American dish in all imaginable form and taste. Also the native drinks are presented at the restaurant to match perfectly to the variety of dishes. Get your friends, get a table and get Tapas!
Tapaspower here we come!
Picture: (c) Brigitta Jahn
Chocolate makes you happy and there is a lot at the “Chocoversum”! With a discount card (from the reception), you can discover the chocolate paradise of our friends & certainly also try a bit ...
Straight from the port into the roasting plant and on your table – just like it was a couple of decades ago. In the middle oft he UNESCO heritage site “Speicherstadt“ you find this coffee house with all its specialties.
“Dim Sum“ is a Chinese restaurant right in the heart of the city center. The well-known and valued Cantonese specialties attract many guests and promises the best Chinese dishes one finds in town.
Next to the Entenwerder park, not far away from the Elbbrücken you do not only find running people, dogs and picnics. At “Entenwerder 1“, floating on the Elbe river you find a hidden treasure. The cafe and pavilion for snacks, cakes and drinks. This however, is not all you get here at Entenwerder 1 – the setting, the colors, the flowers, the magic is what’s floating on here.
Right opposite to Superbude St. Pauli at to corner of the street, the “Fischköppe” [fish heads] decided to place a real typical northern bistro with Fischbrötchen & co. From fish burger to salads, the bistro serves everything you should have tried whilst visiting Hamburg. One can choose whether to take away or eat in, anyway, the card promises a real Hamburg taste experience.
Fishmarket in Hamburg is like Bonnie and Clyde… they belong together! Fort he early risers or the late dancers, go and find Aale Dieter, buy a fruit basket for no reason or take home a chicken – whatever you feel like. One can also just enjoy a “Fischbrötchen“ or check out the auction halls.
On Saturdays from 8 am until 4 pm one can go to “Flohschanze“. This flea market is not only popular amongst Hamburgers but also worth a visit. Food Trucks are always present.
The family business “Fräenzi“ is specialized on vegetarian and vegan dishes. The organic restaurant has its well-known BÖRGER and everything is fresh and yummie! Snacks, dips and homemade sauces – that goes without saying. Also coffee, cake and waffles are served at Fräenzis.
“Frau Möller“ is awaiting you for good, plain food at a lovely bar right in the middle of St. Georg. But why is it called Frau Möller? Well, as the restaurant was about to open up, one last detail was missing – the name! The owner of the place called all employees in to help out and it did not take long until the decision was made: The owner’s dog became eponym of the restaurant.
The graveyard in Ohlsdorf is the fourth largest burial ground in the world, larger than the Central Park in NYC. The uniqueness oft he park like graveyard is due to the variety of plants and flowers, wild yet kempt.
The “Hamburger Berg“ is not a hill in Hamburg as it would be when translating but a byroad oft he notorious Reeperbahn. Stuffed with little bars and clubs this street serves every taste of music.
At “Hatari the corner“ you can combine food and entertainment as the surface low windows allow you to watch the happenings outside while waiting for your food. Aside coffee, homemade lemonades and smoothies the restaurant serves changing lunch, organic beef burger, healthy bowls, stacks and in the evening also a variety of pizza, craft beer and cocktails.
“Herr Max“ [Mr. Max] is a confectionery that picks up street art and culture from the surrounding area into the cake creations – as the district contains a lot of it. The tasty cakes and coffee specialties are worth a visit. The atmosphere at Herr Max is friendly, open and perfect for the sweetness of the tarts.
On Tuesdays and Friday between 8.30 am and 2 pm the “Isemarkt“ takes place. The colorful market promotes a high number of market stalls with all sorts of things. From flowers, food and toys there is something for everyone. Between the subway stations “Hoheluftbrücke“ and “Eppendorfer Baum“ (U3) the market takes place.
“Kampf der Künste“ [Battle of arts] are the local poetry slam heroes! A variety of events is presented by the slam culture whereby the Kampf der Künste team has managed to bring together the best of the best.
The „Lange Reihe“ [Long row] in the middle of St. Georg, right next tot he city center and the Alster is a colorful shopping street. Here you find little shops, cafes, ice cream shops, restaurants, bistros – simply everything your heart is longing for.
Not by bike, not by train, not by car – no, by ferry! The ferry line 62 is worth a ride through the port.
Since 1974 you find all sorts of live bands at the club “LOGO“ each and every night. This way, the club can surprise its guests every night again even though you might already know it or have heard about the club.
Hamburg on wheels
At Superbude you can rent longboards to explore Hamburg on wheels. From the fish market tot he Hafencity or along the wholesale market towards Entenwerder are super paths.
Close by the central station of Hamburg you find the “Markthalle“ a venue that looks like an amphitheater. The venue is known for its rocky touch but also other kind of concerts are held here. Check out the concert plan.
The “Mehr Theater“ features concerts, musicals and other productions right at the wholesale market. The location is of medium size and the program rocks!
You may find that Hamburg is super, but sometimes a bit too big. Don´t worry, we sometimes feel the same. Then we decide to make a therapy – an excursion to Hamburg Miniatur Wunderland. In contrast, everything is really very small there, to be exact 1:87. Miniatur Wunderland (Miwula HH) is the world´s largest model railway, and you can find it in "Speicherstadt".
At Hamburg Miniatur Wunderland even Hamburg is mini. But it has everything that Hamburg also has: The landing bridge, the Michel, Speicherstadt with the old warehouses, the Kohlbrandt-Bridge, Hagenbeck Zoo, and the miniatur wunderland itself in 1:900. And then there is the Imtech Arena. In case you're a SC St.Pauli-fan, you have to be brave: You and about 12.000 tini little wonderland inhabitants can watch the narrow defeat of St.Pauli against the big club HSV. But if you can't stand that, quickly move away from it. Currently Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg is presenting 7 more little wonderlands:
Italy is still in progress, and till 2020 France and England will follow.
Not only for railway freaks: at Miniatur Wunderland you may experience what may happen in many days and nights in various regions of the world just in a few hours: Whether it is gambling in Las Vegas, climbing in the Alps, or rowing in the Norwegian Fjords, everything is possible in wonderland.
Enjoy your stay in Hamburg by visiting Miniatur Wunderland with its 200.000 inhabitants, be fascinated by 800 trains, 4.000 (partly) driving cars and ships, or the 300.000 lamps, a unique ocean of lights. Wunderland is the extraordinary spectacle for the whole family for your stay in Hamburg.
At the end of Reeperbahn the “Tanzende Türme“ [dancing towers] embellish the street during the day and also at night. Once you see the towers you will understand what they are named after. But that is not all, in front oft he towers, on the ground there are two “M“s during the day that will lift up and function as entrance as soon as people start into the night. You are at the “Mojo Club“ now. Concerts and parties are held underground on two floors and the venue is a one of a kind construction.
Night market St. Pauli
Every Wednesday starting at 4 pm until 10 pm (April – September until 11 pm) the St. Pauli night market takes place. The market takes place at the “Spielbudenplatz“ right on the Reeperbahn.
„Pamukkale“ is a restaurant that understands how to spoil its guests with delicious and authentic Turkish cuisine. Whether a kebab to go or grilled dishes in the restaurant, anyone will find something they like. The Turkish are super hosts and the atmosphere at the restaurant is great, the service good and the food delightful.
Looking for a botanic miracle? Well, it is just around the corner, right in the middle of Hamburg. At “Planten un Blomen“, a huge garden with little lakes, paths and a playground is awaiting you.
Reeperbahn, what is there to say about this street… nothing much! Go and find out for yourself! Welcome to the sinful red light district of Hamburg, with all the clubs, bars and shops in walking distance to one another.
Bei Schabi - direkt auf dem Schulterblatt in der Nähe der Superbude St. Pauli - gibt es frischen Fisch direkt auf die Hand. Genießt ausgewählte Hamburger Fisch-Spezialitäten auf einen Bummel durch die Schanze. Besser lässt sich ein Tag durch Hamburg nicht gestalten...
Kleiner Laden, kleiner Geheimtipp - lasst es Euch schmecken..
Young, wild & sweet: that is the “Schmidtchen” right on the “Schulterblatt”, one of Hamburg´s most popular streets. The house in which the Schmidtchen is placed is arty and cool named Haus 73. Daily changing lunch, really tasty cakes and the “Franzbrötchen” is what you get along drinks, coffee and bread straight out of the oven. Enjoy the Hamburg way!
Best entertainment on the Reeperbahn Since 1988 the best entertainment on Germany's most famous mile, the Hamburg Reeperbahn: with about 400,000 visitors a year, the “Schmidt” - consisting of “Schmidt Theater”, “Schmidt's Tivoli” and “Schmidtchen” - is Germany's most successful private theater.
(Photo: Ingo Boelter)
The “Schulterblatt“ is 800 m of Hamburg´s history and hipness at the same time. Where used to be the boarder to Denmark is now a scenic district of Hamburg. Bars, restaurants, shops, cafes with all sorts of foods and drinks fill the streets with people, creativity and life. Enjoy!
Now it is official, the “Speicherstadt“ is UNESCO world heritage. Take a walk around the clinker houses and canals because even though it might sound strange, Hamburg has got more bridges than Venice! The houses used to be the storage for all imports and when you look at them from the canal perspective, you see the lifting blocks.
For anyone visiting Hamburg at anytime – the “Michel“ is an absolute must see and must do in the harbor city. The view from the 110m high platform is breathtaking and the church also worth a visit and sneak peak.
The “Strandperle“ is located directly at the beach at the Elbe river. One can enjoy drinks and snacks in a nice setting and watch the container ships enter and leave the port. Enjoy the walk on the beach and rest for a while at this hot spot.
In the middle oft he city center the tea shop “Tee Maass“ can be found. There is no sort you can not find at the shop and the designs are northern German styles. Maybe you find a tea you have not heard of before or a good souvenir to take home.
The program of the “Thalia Theater” is superclass for both the cultural and those who want to be. Above the Thalia Theater one finds the “Nachtasyl” [night asylum] a bar, where guests and artist start and end the night. The bar opens at 7 pm.
At “Burger Lab“ you get to choose between a variety of super tasty burgers. Homemade dips, a variety of fries, and good drinks are awaiting you. Just around the corner from Superbude St. Pauli you find this burger restaurant. If you are lucky you find a good spot elsewise we suggest to make a reservation as this is a real popular Burger Lab.
Just a bridge away from Hamburg´s Hafencity one finds a real treasure. The “Oberhafenquartier“ is a place where creativity grows. The spot evolves to become one oft he most exciting parts oft he city. It is worth a visit and close by other hot spots.
Bring your friend, not any friend but the quadruped. There are parks where you and your friend can go for a walk or along the beach.
The “Weinladen“ is a wine shop right in the center of St. Pauli and contains a variety of 200 wines, constantly changing and bringing in new sorts. The atmosphere at the wine shop is calm and cozy and perfect for wine lovers or those who want to learn about it.
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