Quality Hotel Schwanen STR Apr Fair
Obere Bachstrasse 1-5
Phone: (49) 711 7878250
Fax: (49) 711 787825411
Bars & Cafes
Weinstube Jägerhof, a nice place for a relaxed meal, is located in the vineyards and that makes it all the more special. The warm and cozy interior decor adds to its intimate ambiance. The cuisine is traditional German and has a homely feel to it. There is also a garden where you can wine and dine. You can also buy wine from here.
Conveniently located close to the Stuttgart Liederhalle, this restaurant has a great sunroom for cooler weather and one of the nicest (and largest) beergardens in Stuttgart for when the weather is nice. The food on offer is a mix of regional and international specialities, and a special feature is the lava-grill on which signature dishes are prepared. The decor is attractive, designed in a rustic style.
The Peak is a tip-top party spot in the Stuttgart nightlife scene. It's one big location divided into two floors, one larger and one smaller, and each of which offers a slightly different musical mix. Thursday nights feature mainly hip-hop music, with Friday and Saturday nights being dominated by House and Techno beats. Although the club can easily be reached by public transportation, those who are driving should note that parking is available right in front of the club, on the Fabrikstraße.
A place which really cares for the likes and dislikes of its clients and specially made for all those who adore socializing. The party never ends here, quite literally with the provisions for you to stay overnight. There is live music, amazing food, friendly service and great ambiance. They have a huge list of patient visitors, needless to say, what with all the perks and a absolutely unique experience. Cassiopeia is truly an experience in itself.
One place which is an absolute must when visiting Stuttgart, is the Tea house with its art-nouveau pavilion, restaurant, beer garden, and large garden terrace. Sip your tea while sitting at the terrace and enjoying a view of the pond. Many events are also held at this Tea House since the marble hall below the Tea House can take up to 100 people and they also provide catering.
Translated from German, the 'LKA' in the name of this establishment means Longhorn Cultural Exchange. Originally opened in 1984 as a country and western bar, the place was usually packed with US Americans. After the withdraw of US military forces during the 1990s, however, the concept had to be changed and the cultural exchange was born. It is now a disco and concert hall with a mixed program. Wednesday is amateur night, devoted to promoting local talent; Thursday is Classic Oldie night, with music from the 70s and 80s drawing an older crowd; Fridays is grunge, alternative, industrial and freestyle night, with a predominately younger crowd; and Saturday nights features a wide range of musical styles and draws a diverse crowd.
This fairly young restaurant offers food from around the world, so if you're looking for something exotic or unusual you may have found just the right place. The menu is expansive, the decor features old stools and heavy wooden tables, and the crowd is smart and stylish. On summer nights try to get a seat at one of the tables alongside the classy windows. Of special interest, there are about 100 different beers on offer, and if alcohol isn't your thing you can mull over the 35 different kinds of tea or the 10 types of mineral water available.
In Stuttgart-Heslach, the Buddha Lounge Red Mandarin offers an exceptionally stylish ambiance on an area of over 2000 square meters. Canopied beds from India and Asian serenity invite guests to stay and enjoy themselves for a while. On Saturdays the Buddha Lounge turns into a vibrant party space with some of the coolest people stopping by. Don't be surprised to find yourself rubbing shoulders with a local celebrity here. This is the place to be until the early hours of morning!
Run by an enterprising lady named Inge Leffhalm, Tortellino has home-made ravioli, tortellini and noodles in all shapes and sizes served with all kinds of sauces. The pasta produced here is very popular and they also deliver to restaurants and shops in the neighborhood. It's hard to stay loyal to Swabian "Spätzle" here, since there are so many authentic Italian treats waiting to be paired with strong, fruity or dry wines. They also provide catering for functions.
Situated in the southern part of Stuttgart city, Restoran Shira has proved to be a huge hit with tourists and locals alike, because of its flavorful cuisine, generously interpersed with exotic spices. Enjoy Kurdish-Turkish specialties and Mediterranean dishes in a relaxed and stylish atmosphere. Main dishes will not burn a hole in your pocket and outside seating is also available to indulge in some street watching.
Located to the south of the center of Stuttgart, the Café Galao brings the flavors of Portugal to Germany. The ambiance at this bar and cafe is casual and relaxed, making it the perfect place to head to after a day spent laboring in the office or sightseeing. In the evenings, this cafe transforms into a hip bar and plays host to a number of live musical performances by local as well as visiting artists. The food here is a nice and varied blend of Portuguese and local specialties. On offer to drink are, besides the regular coffee blends, the Galao, a Portuguese stimulating drink prepared with espresso and foamed milk. For the beer guzzlers, there are plenty of brews to choose from. It is a perfect place to re-boot and re-vitalize before the day begins all over again.
The restaurant has an elegant look to it with a wooden decor. Delectable Swabian dishes are served at Gaststätte Wildwechsel along with wine and beer. The meat delicacies here are to be savored. Sip the luscious drinks as you enjoy lounging around in the winter garden or the cozy indoors. There is scope for organizing private gatherings as well. The warm ambiance and friendly service make this place hugely popular in the locality