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© Normalkneipe
© Normalkneipe

Time Out says

Based on the principle that good beer, good schnapps and good atmosphere are all you need, Normalkneipe (normal bar) in the Gallus district was opened by two brothers in 2016, in an effort to revive Frankfurt’s pub culture. The interior is intended to attract both young and old regardless of social status, with bar stools pulling up to a typical counter flowing with draught beer, schnapps and a limited selection of mixed drinks. You can also sit at sturdy wood tables and chairs in the dining area. Slot machines, a dartboard, two TVs showing uninterrupted sports matches, an eclectic mix of prints on walls (a nude Donald Duck, for example), and rock-bottom prices bring the pub concept home.



Address: Frankenallee 113,
Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 4pm-1am

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