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Café Leonar

Café Leonar attracts visitors with its finest mezze and reminds them of the centuries-old Jewish tradition of the Grindelviertel.

Since its opening in 2008, Café Leonar has been active in the vibrant centre of the former Jewish quarter, formerly known as "Little Jerusalem". In recent years, Jewish businesses have once again made a name for themselves with the great enthusiasm and emotion of the residents of the Grindelviertel. With concerts, readings and cabaret, Leonar is not only a café but also a cultural centre, literature café, restaurant and bar. Among its regular customers it is only known as "Das Leonar".

In addition to popular Jewish specialities, the menu also includes some classics and seasonal dishes. Our tip: the homemade cake with coffee is a must for all food lovers!

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryCafé/Bistro
  • Type of cuisineGood & Low-cost, Hamburg originals
  • Price
  • AmbienceModern, cosy, open
  • TipDrink coffee and read a good book? That works here!
  • ServiceFast, charming

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Hygiene information

Please note the following information and hygiene rules.

Reservation

Reservation not required

Payment

Credit card payment possible
No debit card payment
Contactless payment possible

Mask requirements

Mouth and nose protection required
The mask does not have to be worn at the table.

Hygiene measures

The contact details of visitors are recorded at the entrance. Visitors are asked to keep a distance of 1.5 metres to other people for the duration of their stay. The regular disinfection of hands is desired.

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