Fodor's Expert Review Ratskeller
This cavernous cellar with vaulted ceilings is said to be Germany's oldest and most renowned town-hall restaurant—it's been here for 600 years. Its walls are lined with wine casks, and there are small alcoves with sliding wooden doors, once shut tight by merchants as they closed their deals. The food's solid traditional northern German fare and the menu is limited outside of the standard meal times. By long tradition only German wines are served here, and the only beer you can get is Beck's and Franziskaner from the barrel.
Am Markt 1
Bremen, Bremen 28195, Germany