Académie de la Bière is by far the best place to go to get a taste of Strasbourg’s nightlife. You’ll find an impressive collection of beers, offering everything from local brews to Belgian artisanal brands. The menu offers a wide selection of the local specialty tarte flambée.
Académie de la Bière 17 Rue Adolphe Seyboth, Strasbourg, France, +33 3 88 22 38 88
Part of the reason for a visit to Alsace is for the feeling that you have stepped into a Brother’s Grimm story, and nowhere in town feels more like a fairy tale than Maison Kammerzel. The multi-story building dates back to 1497 and overlooks the cathedral and its courtyard. While the building is at its most impressive from the outside, particularly when it is illuminated at night during the Christmas period, the Léo Schnug designed interior is also charming. There are a range of seating areas: choose between tables in the cellar, the alcoves, or the top floor, which provides spectacular views of the town center.
Maison Kammerzel, 16 Place de la Cathédrale, Strasbourg, France, +33 3 88 32 42 14
The Musée d’Art Moderne was inaugurated in 1998 and sits on the banks of the Ill, in the heart of Strasbourg’s historic neighborhood. The building was designed by architect Adrien Fainsilber, and provides an open space in a fresh, modern building with an opportunity to visit the impressive exhibition space, permanent collection and photography rooms. The restaurant itself was designed by Yves Taralon, who also designed the café at the Louvre, and offers views of both Ill and Petit France through its large bay windows. The menu consists of innovative cuisine, including a range of salads named after modern artists.