The Rhineland Restaurants



Zum Krug

Zum Krug Review

Winegrower Josef Laufer more than lives up to the hospitality promised by the wreath and Krug (an earthenware pitcher) hanging above the front door. The wood-panel restaurant, with its old tiled stove is cozy. The German fare includes wild duck, goose, game, or sauerbraten served in rich, flavorful sauces and gravies. The wine list is legendary for its scope (600 Rheingau wines) and selection of older vintages. In 2011, the former Hattenheim City Hall became part of Zum Krug's Rheingau-themed inn, nearly doubling its rooms to 15.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed 4 wks in Dec. and Jan. and 2 wks in July and Aug.
Updated: 11-14-2013

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