This serene, cash-only café is one of the most comfortable spots in the city, and happens to have an adjoining vinyl record shop, Memphis Records. It’s ideal for breakfast and lunch, though it’s open until 7:30pm. On Thursdays and Fridays, it transforms into a bar and closes at 1am. The quiet space has soft green and white tiles on the walls, wooden small tables and cozy pillows. The cafe has weekly, ever-changing options like zucchini soup and ground meatballs with basmati rice, as well as some permanent sandwiches including salami, tomato, cream cheese and arugula or goat cheese with grilled vegetables. To wash it all down, try the homemade elderberry mint lemonade. The staff here is exceptionally kind, and both kids and dogs are welcome (and spoiled). Lucille’s located north of the city center in the Nordend-Ost quarter, and is a perfect place to rest after touring the Old Jewish Cemetery. Take the walk here to experience the Frankfurt of locals, with its quiet wide streets and lovely architecture.
|Venue name:||Lucille Kaffeehaus|
Friedberger Landstraße 100
|Opening hours:||Closed on Mondays|