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Gröninger Privatbrauerei

Grönigers was first documented around 1260 and is thus the oldest guesthouse in the heart of the Hanseatic City of Hamburg.

Right in the heart of Hamburg City you will find the Gröninger Privatbrauerei [private brewery]. This is where Gröninger Pils is brewed, along traditional lines. The Brauhaus serves rustic dishes to accompany the beer it produces.

The Gröninger private brewery is one of the oldest breweries in Hamburg. This is where Gröninger Pils is brewed, and it can then be drunk in the Braukeller or in the Brauhaus where it is tapped from old wooden barrels. The atmosphere in these most traditional of premises is unique, and an experience for anyone, whether alone or with friends. The range of dishes on offer is also wide-ranging. You can choose between small, tasty snacks with home-baked bread and home-made specialities such as roast suckling pig or pork knuckles. The ideal accompaniment to all of these dishes is Gröninger Pils.

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  • CategoryRestaurant
  • Type of cuisineGerman cuisine
  • Price
  • Ambiencerustic, original, friendly
  • Servicecasual

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Kaffee Stark

Every single day of the week Kaffee Stark, located at the Wohlwillstraße at St. Pauli, is a popular stop for the first coffee in the morning. Here, they not only serve deliciously strong coffee in the morning but also offer coffee highlights later at night.

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Maritime flair Hamburger Elbspeicher

The restaurant Hamburger Elbspeicher on the first floor of an old Elbe warehouse offers marvellous views of the Elbe, the Port of Hamburg, cranes, dock 11 and Blohm und Voss, and in summer the large Elbe terrace.

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