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Mainkai 7, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Ring the bell to the inconspicuous steel-gray door at 7 Mainkai along the river, and wait for the dapper young gentleman to open the door and guide you into one of Frankfurt’s best kept secrets. Die Rote Bar—located next to a shisha lounge with...
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Braubachstraße 14, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Bitter & Zart, near the Frankfurt cathedral, is worth a meander off the Römerplatz, either to shop for chocolate treasures or to linger over a cake and coffee. In the shop, milk, white, and dark chocolates are individually wrapped for the season...
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Stiftstraße 6, 60313 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
A dimly lit bar with an ambitious cocktail menu, professional mixologists mastering their craft, and a fun, lighthearted atmosphere makes Luna Bar a fabulous place to grab drinks and relax. While there is a big variety on the menu, the bartenders...
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Große Friedberger Str. 16, 60313 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Dine by candlelight in the quaint and romantic Ristorante Rustico. This Italian gem—just across the street from the Westin—has a warm welcoming staff, impressive wine list, and serves a plentiful variety of pizzas, pastas, and meat dishes, all...
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Heiligkreuzgasse 16, 60313 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Tigerpalast is an intimate theater, holding up to 190 guests, that puts on a show of more than ten circus acts and cabaret performances from around the world. This show, which is offered twice a night, has everything from the juggler to the...
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Opernplatz 2, 60313 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Across from the Alte Oper—Frankfurt’s opera house—is a restaurant known for its wide variety of effortlessly simple dishes. KuBu is centrally located and is great for business dinners and date nights, as the internal layout between tables is...
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Neue Mainzer Str. 52-58, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
This 56 story, 200 meter skyscraper is the only one in Frankfurt that’s open to the public. The Main Tower, named after the river, has two observation decks, as well as a full service bar and restaurant. For seven euros, you can take the elevator...