Quality Hotel Erlangen
Bayreuther Strasse 53
Phone: (49) 9131 8760
Fax: (49) 9131 876550
Bayreuther Strasse 53, Erlangen, DE, 91054
- Phone: (49) 9131 8760
- Fax: (49) 9131 876550
Bars & Cafes
Since the minimum age for this bar is 16 years old, the Frizz tends to cater to a younger crowd; so be prepared for a lot of tipsy teenagers. The bar has a great design, reminiscent of a ski hut with its vaulted wood ceiling. There is a small dance floor where you can let loose to current chart hits.
This modern eatery has something for one and all. Healthy food as well as fast food is on offer. Enjoy the pizzas or opt for the specials of the day—Monat Sauerbraten on the second Sunday of the month, Monat Bratwurstabend on the third Wednesday, Monat Schlachtschüssel on the fourth Wednesday, and some fish delicacies on the first Friday. You can also head downstairs for bowling and send your kids to the play area. This place can accommodate up to 70 people and is the perfect place to host parties—they'll help you decorate according to the occasion. Look up the website to find out about the next event. Parlerhof opens on Monday and Tuesday at 4pm, from Wednesday to Friday at 3pm and on Sunday at 10 pm.
Extremely popular with locals, this place is almost always full, so it is well worth booking a table in advance. The restaurant is timelessly furnished and divided into a smoking and non-smoking section. The menu features Franconian specialities such as lamb cutlets with fresh mushrooms as well as a selection of vegetarian dishes like vegetable lasagne. The chilli con carne and camembert with cranberries are highly recommended. A beer garden with seating for 100 is open during the summer.
You cannot beat the cocktails at Parkcafé, a trendy bar located in the middle of Stadtpark. Bathed in a reddish orange light, the bar feels very modern and upscale. It also serves Thai food, created by chef Yossak Charoensri.
Located inside the Hotel Pyramid, Restaurant Setos offers a range of market-fresh meals to suit many a palate. The menu focuses on both regional and international specialties, from succulent steaks to exotic salads. Sample a range of dishes during the colorful Sunday brunch, or browse the lunch buffet to pick and choose your favorite plates -- and do not forget the expansive drink menu. While you dine, you can enjoy a spectacular view from inside the restaurant, or lounge in the garden terrace during fine weather. The restaurant is also available for both private and public functions such as weddings, receptions, social galas, conferences, and much more.
Although you can find Starclubs throughout Germany, none of them are as special as the one in Nuremberg. The team that launched Starclub here went on two open legendary venues such as 'Das Boot', a legend in its own right. The Starclub was originally meant to provide space for aspiring bands but soon, it turned into a meeting place for youths. There is always a good range of live-music on offer here and the cellar premises in the Maxtorgraben are dimly-lit and cosy. Choose between 11 different bottled beers and a range of drafts. Hot meals are served until midnight.
This extraordinary restaurant near the Kaiserburg is one of the finest in town. Its surroundings are picturesque and depending on what time you choose to visit, you could have a look at one of the many antique shops that surround the Sudhaus. Helmut Kohl wined and dined with President Jacques Chirac here, and a number of other VIPs have enjoyed the fine cuisine. The half-timbered architecture adds to the elegant, historic surroundings. There is an excellent wine list, which includes the very best in German wine and the food is a dream. As is to be expected, Zum Sudhaus is not cheap, but a visit here will no doubt be so unforgettable that you won't mind digging deep into your pockets.
This bar is beautifully decorated in yellow and burgundy, with comfortable leather sofas and atmospheric candles. It often hosts DJs who spin beat, soul, funk and acid jazz.
Since 1954, Jazz Studio has been hosting some of the world's brightest jazz talents. It is open to various forms of jazz genres, welcoming classic, big band, soul, swing and funk musicians to get on stage. So, grab a drink and prepare for a wonderful night of music.
Willows is the ideal place to enjoy a quiet breakfast, Sunday brunch or a small snack. If you sit at the front of the cafe you're in a prime position to see who is passing through the historic Bergstraße and if you're enjoying a beer at the bar then you'd be forgiven for forgetting that you are in a busy part of the Old Town. If you are by yourself then why not read one of the many magazines lying around, you may even spot a copy of the latest Men's Health. The cafe's specialities include freshly made cakes and excellent salads. The Wiener Würstchen (Frankfurters) are always good if you only want a quick snack.Wheelchair users should note that the toilet is situated in the basement.
The name Downtown doesn't really reveal anything about this bar which is no doubt one of the most unusual in Nuremberg. Before you can order a drink you have to make your way down a long, narrow stairway which takes you down into the catacombs in which the Downtown is situated. Insiders know that this is a top spot for those looking for a pulsating night out: the drinks are cheap, the beats are fat (60s and 70s grooves and soul) and there is always a good crowd of people. If you are only in the city for a short time and want to find out what Nuremberg has to offer as far as nightlife is concerned then this is a good place to start. You can also fill that gap in your stomach with nachos or sandwiches.
Located in Fürth, Barhaus Dillinger offers a variety of events, such as club nights and concerts. Its menu is wonderfully varied, serving dishes like bruschetta, pizza, turkey burgers and pasta; its bar menu is equally extensive, serving more than 500 spirits from around the world.