Enjoy Great Dining in Stuttgart
Enjoy great food in Stuttgart
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A big part of the appeal Germany has as a popular holiday destination is due to the great food there. Typical German food, like potato dumplings and sausages, are known worldwide and copied everywhere — unfortunately often with unsatisfying results. If you are culinary interested and love tasty food, Baden—Württemberg’s capital Stuttgart (Stuttgart vacation rentals | Stuttgart travel guide) could be an ideal destination for your next holiday.
Stuttgart is a beautiful and vibrant city in the South of Germany and located in the heart of one of Germany's largest wine—growing regions. You can thoroughly enjoy dining in Stuttgart and find everything your heart desires there, from typical local food to international cuisine. Stuttgart is the home of various restaurants that serve delicious comfort food but you can also explore exotic flavors. There are lively beer houses, romantic out—of—the—way spots, stylish restaurants offering upscale dining and so much more.
Gastsätte zum Paulaner is a traditional German beer house and a favorite of locals and tourists alike. Here the popular Paulaner beer is served in large steins and the menu includes such all—time favorites as sauerkraut and various kinds of sausages. In warm summer nights, you can sit on the big terrace and enjoy the cozy atmosphere.
For a unique dining experience in Stuttgart, the
Alte Post is one of the oldest restaurants in Stuttgart and located right on the market square. The mix of gourmet food and traditional atmosphere on candle—light tables makes this upscale restaurant extremely suited for a romantic dinner for two.
If you would like to enjoy great food in spectacular surroundings, do not miss out on the
Fernsehturm Restaurant. The menu is a mix of German and Italian cuisine and simply fine—dining at its best. This top—scale eatery is located at the top of Stuttgart’s television tower and offers its diners an amazing view over the whole city.
These were only three examples out of dozens of restaurants to choose from. If you would like to find out more about the named restaurants or other dining options in Stuttgart, please click the link below.
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About this Article
This travel guide has been written by Kathrin Wagner.
She grew up in a small town in Bavaria and then studied Media studies, Literature and History in Erlangen and Munich. As a student she already spent half a year in London and moved back there after graduation in 2006. She is still living in London, where she works in publishing.
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Location, Map, and Driving Directions
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- Gastsätte zum Paulaner, Calwer Strasse 45, 70173 Stuttgart
- Alte Post, 43 Friedrichstrasse, 70174 Stuttgart
- Fernsehturm Restaurant, Jahnstrasse 120, 70597 Stuttgart—Degerloch
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