Frankfurt is not known for its beer gardens. It’s something that the South of Germany is more associated with, to be honest.
With not so many options to choose from, my favorite has to be the Ginnheimer Wirthaus, as it’s always got plenty of seating despite how popular it is.
After a lazy Sunday lounging in the Nidda Park, we usually drop by for their homemade Helles beer and Flammkuchen (flat bread pizza) while watching the sun set over the park. The service is fast, the beer is cold, and it’s not uncommon to have a bit of live music coming from one of the corners of the garden.
Even in winter I can really recommend the Ginnheimer Wirtshaus, as the interior has an authentic and traditional feel, and the food is always terrific. I never tire of the dumplings in mushroom sauce or the Frankfurt Schnitzel (with traditional green sauce), but the seasonal menu is always a hit as well.
Anyone visiting Germany needs to feel the vibe of a good beer garden, and as vibes go the Ginnheimer Wirthshaus never disappoints.