You want to try out the best gourmet restaurant? You’re looking for a cosy café? You’re looking forward to relishing local specialities? Or you want to turn the night into day at a cool club? Let our select choices inspire you.

    • Restaurant Lässig

      All organic
      By its own admission, «light, tasty and relaxed» – and there’s no denying that’s true. The lunch menu changes daily, and in addition to Swabian specialities such as «Maultaschen» and cheese spätzle, it also offers other dishes such as chickpea rissoles or ricotta gnocchi. Accompanied, perhaps, by a glass of good wine, and you can enjoy the delightful dishes with a clear conscience.

      Rückertstrasse 7
      70197 Stuttgart
      +49 711 601 457 07
    • Heslacher Weinstube

      Popular for over 100 years
      Tradition and quality are the focus in the Heslacher Weinstube. Whether the homemade Maultaschen (considered the finest in the city), the roasts and schnitzels, the spätzle, salads or potato salad, you won’t find it easy to choose! The rustic interior is perfect for a cosy lunch or evening meal. Weather permitting, it’s delightful to sit on the sunny terrace and enjoy a glass of local wine. Closed on Sundays.

      Böcklerstrasse 18
      70199 Stuttgart
      +49 711 601 28 99
    • Restaurant Christophorus

      Pleasure in the Porsche Museum
      Mediterranean delights and excellent wines – not necessarily delights you would expect in a museum. However, when it comes to the luxury car manufacturer Porsche, exclusive cuisine is an equally important part of a visit. For instance, on the same floor as the exhibition and divided only by a glass wall, is the US American «Prime Beef», which offers free views of the museum’s vehicles. The large glass façade also offers panoramic views of the «Porscheplatz» and production buildings. The neighbouring Cigar Lounge is the perfect place to end a visit to the museum and restaurant.

      Porschestrasse 1
      70435 Stuttgart
      +49 711 911 259 80
    • Weinstube Fröhlich

      Rustic and popular
      Guests sit at wooden tables in the rustic, relaxed ambience and enjoy the excellent plain fare such as the finest schnitzels with a crispy coating, home-made «Maultaschen», and dishes that change with the seasons. Along with the Swabian classics, various Mediterranean dishes also find their way onto the menu, so it’s no wonder that the Weinstube Fröhlich is popular and always full. Reservations are a must.

      Leonhardstrasse 5
      70182 Stuttgart
      +49 711 24 24 71
    • Bonnie and Clyde

      Honest pub flair
      Down-to-earth cuisine, a little punk and Indie, and a soupçon of «alternative». Even at 2 in the morning you’ll be able to get a tasty snack here, such as one of the best burgers in the city. The friendly staff are always happy, the guests cool and relaxed. The excellent food is best accompanied by a cider or Snakebite (cider, lager and a dash of blackcurrant).

      Heinrich-Baumann-Strasse 24
      70190 Stuttgart
      +49 711 285 88 20
    • Teehaus

      In Weissenburg Park
      Stuttgart’s lovely Tea House is to be found in a listed Art Nouveau pavilion. The sun-drenched terrace with the pond and pretty fountain is delightful, and there’s a colourful mix of guests. Business people, families, the «in» crowd and the occasional celebrity are to be seen here, enjoying the fine coffee specialities and delicious cakes along with the wonderful views.

      Hohenheimer Strasse 119
      70184 Stuttgart
      +49 711 236 736 0
    • Theodor-Heuss-Strasse

      It’s time to party!
      At weekends in particular, revellers meet on the Theodor-Heuss-Strasse to dance the night away. Whether a cocktail or beer, salsa or house, there’s something for every night owl – it’s party time until the early hours! Whether at the club «7Grad» or the Muttermilch, this is Stuttgart at its most relaxed.

      70178 Stuttgart
    • Palast der Republik

      A colourful mix
      Bankers, school children and students sit side by side, enjoying the unconventional ambience (especially on pleasant summer evenings) and the chilled atmosphere in the Palace of the Republic. The central location is perfect for a cool drink after shopping. The perfect summer location for everyone.

      Friedrichstrasse 27
      70174 Stuttgart
      +49 711 226 48 87
    • Muttermilch

      Bar, lounge and club
      By day a bar and lounge, and a club in the evenings. Stuttgart’s ‘in' crowd parties on three levels. There’s comfortable seating on the loft-like ground floor as well as the bar with an extensive range of cocktails and lounge furniture. There’s a chic beer garden for use in summer, and changing exhibitions by photographers, artists and graphic designers are held on the lower floor. It’s a very popular place to be.

      Theodor-Heuss-Strasse 23
      70173 Stuttgart
      +49 711 997 89 678
    • Kiste

      Live music and jazz sounds
      The Kiste is as much a part of Stuttgart’s cultural scene as the Maultaschen served after your meal. It rocks on six days of the week. Although the focus is on jazz, it also plays classical music, pop and rock. A popular pub of the kind that is becoming harder to find – and one with fabulous live music to boot.

      Hauptstätter Strasse 35
      70173 Stuttgart
      +49 711 16 034 970
    • Bar Fou Fou

      Cocktail and champagne bar
      Glamorous charm from by-gone days, combined with the zeitgeist of today – that’s the best description of the Bar Fou Fou. Over 50 varieties of whisky, gin and vodka are lined up in its stylish interior and clear design, and the professionally mixed cocktails range from international classics to the bar’s own creations. As well as the impressive bar, there is also a comfortable smokers’ lounge.

      Leonhardstrasse 13
      70182 Stuttgart
      +49 711 518 915 11