Practically every German city has a restaurant in its city hall, but Würzburg's stands out. The daily menu offers excellent regional food, such as Fränkischer Sauerbraten, along with plenty of fish and vegetarian offerings. The smaller dishes offered throughout the day are a good excuse to take a break while touring. Beer is available, but local wine is what the regulars drink. As for the Gothic town hall itself, it's been the center of municipal government since 1316.