The city's best-known hotel, the gracious and atmospheric Wilden Mann has stone walls, coffered ceilings, brass fittings, and burnished wood everywhere. Even the street feels authentic—across the way is a 16th-century pharmacy. The hotel's reputation extends to its restaurants: the Burgerstube is cozy with its dark beams and family crests, while Restaurant Sauvage is more formal. Both menus strike a fine balance between local cooking and French cuisine, with main dishes
such as bratwurst with onion sauce, matchstick-thin french fries and green beans, and desserts like raspberries with chili and basil.