You can find ebbelwoi (apple wine) taverns everywhere in Altsachsenhausen, Frankfurt’s oldest neighborhood. In the evening, Altsachsenhausen transforms into one of the major party and drinking areas in the city. But during the day, head to a beer garden to sample local food, German beer, and, of course, the famous ebbelwoi. Try the German marinated hand cheese with onions and fresh bread (pictured) or Frankfurt sausage, bratwurst, pork ribs, or meatloaf with sauerkraut. Frankfurt green sauce, made with many herbs, is also popular. If you're really hungry, opt for a meat platter or salted pork shoulder. The most traditional ebbelwoi taverns are Zum Gemalten Haus ("the painted house"), Struwwelpeter, and Dauth Schneider.