Albrecht-Dürer-Straße 6, 90403 Nürnberg, Germany
Sun 11:30am - 3pm
Mon - Sat 6pm - 12am
Fri 11:30am - 2:30pm
Albrecht Dürer StubeSet close to the castle, between Albrecht-Dürer's House and the Weinmarkt, this intimate family-run Franconian wine tavern and restaurant occupies a four-storey half-timbered building that’s 450 years old, 20-meters high and has a supporting wooden pillar inside that dates back to 1559. One of the oldest in Nuremberg, it was overhauled in 1951 by the Höllerzeder family, who still run it today. The interior is as classic as they come with leaded window panes, copies of Dürer's prints and antique needlework displayed on the walls, and wait staff in traditional Bavarian dress. The menu is a mix of regional and Nuremberg classics peppered with a few international dishes: pork shoulder, sausages, duck, steaks, fish and seasonal vegetables, and beer is still served here by the half liter.