Comfort Hotel Am Kurpark
Bad Homburg, 61348
Phone: (49) 6172 926300
Fax: (49) 6172 926399
Bars & Cafes
Zum Lahmen Esel has seen many ups and downs in its 200 years of history, yet has stood firmly over the many years of its existence. Serving an extensive German menu along with beer and wine, the restaurant, a former inn, has garnered reputation for their beautiful outdoor dining options in the covered terrace and beer garden which is surrounded by lush greenery. Whether it is a corporate event or a family occasion, Zum Lahmen Esel is available and equipped to make your events wonderful.
Coming from a family of shoemakers and in the profession himself, Rainer Henrich has ventured into the culinary industry and has been successfully delighting guests with his brainchild Ginnheimer Wirtshaus, since 2005. Nestled in the heart of Northern Frankfurt, this place offers guests a typical German pub experience. The menu features tantalizing dishes from German cuisine. Do try out from their 'soup of the day' list, which is something that draws patrons back to this place time and again. Enjoy a local brew along with food at the beautiful garden that opens much earlier than the restaurant.
On Sundays especially, it's really difficult to secure a table at this place, which is known all over the city for its great cakes. The décor has the fifties influences and the clientele is a mixture of young and old; students having a break between lectures or old ladies chattering over a slice of cream cake. Besides the cakes, Café Christine also serves light meals, such as soup and pies.
Friedberg Warte (watchtower) was erected in 1478 as a protection and observation point for the new settlements in the northern part of the town. From here, the watchman could see the surrounding area and, if necessary, give a warning signal to the town by flag or torch. It managed to survive the Second World War without any major damage and is now home to a traditional establishment, Zum Bier- und Apfelweinlokal Friedberger Warte, famous for its apple wine. The restaurant serves a delectable variety of soups, salads, Hessian specialties and desserts. Check website for further details.
Located on top of the highest hill in the city, the Lohrberg-Schanke boasts spectacular views of the city and surrounding countryside. Parents can enjoy an afternoon cup of coffee while the kids run about in the garden. The menu includes local specialties like Strammer Max (ham and egg sandwich) and Sauerbraten (roast pork). Classic dishes such as spare ribs or trout are also served and guests can wash the meal down with a glass of beer or apple wine. A good bet if you fancy a bit of fresh air and a break from city stress.
Nestled on the western end of Geothe University campus, Hoppenworth & Ploch has been delighting patrons with refreshing brews, since its establishment in 2008. What began as a student project has flourished into this award-winning cafe. Choose from their range of espressos, cappuccino and black coffee, made from locally sourced fresh ingredients. A small selection of cakes and sandwiches are available to complement your drink. Visit this cafe with plenty of change in hand, because they do not accept credit cards.
Famous for its excellent salad dressings, which add the finishing touch to a variety of salads, this unassuming café boasts even more culinary delicacies. As well as the salads there are fantastic pasta and meat dishes, a selection of snacks, as well as the obligatory apple wine. The clientèle at the Diesseits Café consists of a colorful mixture of students, families and even pensioners, making it a crowded haunt at all times. Check website for exact timings.
For many years now, the Stattcafé has been a popular meeting place among students and local residents. The interiors are warm and make you feel instantly at home. The breakfast, served till late, includes a selection of freshly baked breads, warm rolls, a wide range of cheese, jams and eggs. Come here to enjoy a relaxed afternoon as you indulge in small talk and partake some of their deliciously fresh cakes!
This café is a paradise for breakfast-lovers. Served all day, the choice includes six different breakfasts, each of which comes with a free drink. There is also plenty of other tasty food on the menu, including a dish of the day. The outdoor terrace is also a great place to sit and people-watch.
The temperature only keeps on rising at Frankfurt's CelsiusBar. The throbbing music blaring through the speakers and the drinks going around, contribute to this place's vibrant atmosphere. Choose from their range of cocktails, liquors, whiskeys, champagne, vodka and wine. They also offer coffee, tea, fruit juices and soft drinks, for those who would like to remain sober. A menu of salads, pastas, tapas, sandwiches and more are available to complement your food. The best time to visit this place is during their happy hours, when you can enjoy from their offerings at discounted rates. Nestled in Bockenheim neighborhood, this is a great place to enjoy a late night drink and let go of the day's worries.
Café Wiesengrund invites all the people looking for respite in a busy city life. This quite cafe offers a peaceful place to its visitors. There are local snacks served with hot beverages. And these can be relished in the quite and casual ambiance. In addition to these, there are local events, private functions, talks, literary discussions, performances of music and book readings too held here. Please check the website for further details on the current buzz at the cafe.
Café au Lait's large windows let the sunlight stream in and lend it a friendly atmosphere. The views of Bockenheim's old town are great, particularly in the summer when guests can sit outside and watch the world go by. The café is frequented by people taking a brief break from work. The choice of breakfasts is particularly good, while the lunchtime and evening menu contains a mix of exotic dishes as well as decent vegetarian food.