Würzburg’s Bürgerspital Weinstuben is part of a local vineyard, with 120 hectares of fruitful soil. Not only does it produce some of the tastiest Franconian wines, but it is also one of the oldest estates in Germany. The restaurant itself is located in the heart of Würzburg’s old city. Its interior invokes a stylish blend of traditional elements and modernity and the outside area has a large number of tables spread out across a historical courtyard. This offers a particularly charming atmosphere. The kitchen serves high-quality Franconian dishes, as well as some lighter dishes of international origin. The Bürgerspital is also home to an annual wine festival, which is extremely popular with the local population.
Theaterstraße 19, 97070 Würzburg, +49 931 3503441
This little fast food stall has specialized in different regional sausages such as bratwurst and currywurst. The notoriously spicy currywurst represents a particular highlight and is offered in different nuances of spiciness. Vegetarians need not despair: MyWurscht has included tofu alternatives. There are few seats, but the interior is stylish and clean, thus making it the ideal stop for a hearty sausage or some crispy fries after a shopping tour through Würzburg’s city. MyWurscht offers down-to-earth, savory food and friendly service. Its simple concept has won it a special place in the heart of Würzburg.
Eichhornstraße 2, 97070 Würzburg, Germany, +49 931 46583730