BLEIBDS FEI GSUND!
Thank you very much for the great start that you made possible for us.
The first few weeks with you were a lot of fun.
With a heavy heart we have to close our doors again from November 2nd, 2020 due to the ordered Covid measures.
If you have any questions or want to be informed when it will start again, please contact us by mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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See you soon and stay healthy everyone!
Your team form the Wirtschaft
We are proud of our Franconian craftsmen and our culinary traditions. Come and try what they have to offer.
Komm her und
setz di hi
(We look forward to meeting you!)
Die Wirtschaft – has always been a gathering place for simple and critical minds. People sit and talk about any topic in the world. Stories and wisdom are shared. Die Wirtschaft simply is the symbol of Franconian life culture.
The most diverse characters come together here. From the “Aafgschdellden Mausdregg” (small person who wants to impress) to the “Hitzablidz” (quick-tempered person). The “Gscheiderla” (clever person) of the city share the table with the “Neigschmegdden” (newcomer) and “Durisdn” (tourist) – everyone comes together with simple market-fresh Franconian food and freshly tapped beer.
At Sörwiss (service) we try to make the typical Franconian gruffness (mouthy and bad-tempered) more bearable for the Durisdn (tourist) with cosmopolitan friendliness. Please forgive us, should our Franconian roots still be able to become evident from time to time.
The favourite pub of Albrecht Dürer
(Eating and drinking on historical ground)
Eating and drinking on historical ground in the 15th century, the Herrentrinkstube was located together with the public scales on the site where the Chamber of Commerce building stands today.
Here, merchants had the opportunity to do business and weigh their goods directly in an environment protected from fraud, while in the “men’s tavern” only so-called honourable persons and families had access to the illustrious and elite circle. Small craftsmen and merchants were excluded at that time.