Naïv forms a restaurant/bar location hot-spot between Fahrgasse and Kurt-Schumacher-Straße together with 3 other spots, Langosch am Main, Moloko and Holy Cross Brewing Society and is situated very close to the Main river- which makes it a perfect location for before or after a stroll.
During the warmer seasons, when all spots have their tables and benches outside, the area almost feels like a little festival with guests sitting outside and children running around.
Naïv has created a cosy outdoor area. It’s framed by flower boxes and the benches have cushions in different colors.
Like many of my favourite locations, Naïv suits my taste of interior design. The bar is made of concrete and the back wall, constructed out of hundreds of wooden pieces, is very impressive and invites you to taste one of the 80 kinds of beers.
Beers are one of the specialties of the location- Naïv has its own craft beer brand and offers frequent beer and gin tastings and brewery courses, as well.
I myself don’t visit Naïv for their beer variety, but I love hanging out with friends for long chats at one of their cosy little tables to the left, or for weekend brunch/lunch meet-ups with larger groups to the right.
The food is down to earth, but with a twist, and always plentiful. The menu changes quite regularly and there are daily specials, but you’ll always find their homemade fries, mouth-watering salad combinations (€ 12 – € 14) or their flatbread (€ 10 – € 12) variations on the menu.