This grand old Heuberg mansion has been transformed into a cultural center boasting two restaurants, a trendy bar, and even medieval ruins in the basement. The formal Bel Étage showcases chef Michael Baader's masterly culinary inventions, with dishes such as anglerfish saltimbocca with sage, Parmesan gnocchi, and zucchini, or lamb with lavender honey sauce and risotto with artichokes. Sip wines by the glass, then buy the bottles you'd like to take home in the on-site
wine shop. The artsy Atelier serves modern cuisine made with regional ingredients and features a mural where patrons can paint during dinner.