Try an apple wine at Apfelwein Wagner
Despite all of the great beer and wine produced in the region, Frankfurt's favorite libation is apfelwein (apple wine). Sachsenhausen on the south bank is renowned for its apfelwein taverns, none better than Adolf Wagner, established in 1931 and still owned by the same family. Braeburn single variety apfelwein, created from fruit grown just outside of Frankfurt, is the house specialty. The tavern also serves traditional German dishes like pork knuckles, schnitzel, sausages, potato salad and sauerkraut. It's a sprawling place with several distinct bar areas, and both indoor and outdoor seating during warmer weather. Apfelwein Wagner, Schweizer Strasse 71 Frankfurt am Main, D-60594 Frankfurt, Hesse Germany; +49 69 61 25 65

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Awesome joint. Food was really good, service is quick even though they are swamped on a Saturday night. Make plans to little early of stand for awhile waiting for a table, not that log though. They don’t serve beer here, only house made cider and few more liqueurs. The Apple strudel is A MUST HAVE. The best I had in all of Europe. The place is packed and expect to be seated with other people at the same table. Great for meeting people and taking to locals.

Fantastic traditional atmosphere at this great eatery in Frankfurt. There is indoor and outdoor seating, which the majority is shared. This let's you eat and meet others, making the experience a social one. It's loud inside, so don't expect to have quiet, intimate conversations. The food is delicious, the waitstaff friendly and fast. It can get very busy here, so be prepared to wait. I highly recommend the Apple Wine! Delicious!

Very local place, shared tables (benches)! Pork knuckle was good (ask for more gravy), but they are famous for their apple wine which you mix with sparkling water; the jug of apple wine almost felt it was endless, well worth the €’s! Staff is friendly and very local, highly recommended!

Fun place to eat, we had a great waiter. The Apple cider was a nice surprise. The first glass takes getting used to, after that it goes down nicely. Moderate prices. Overall a wonderful experience. Highly recommend the goulash.

Good German restaurant. A bit crowded, but they prepare food very quickly. Recommended if you wanna try different kinds of Apfelwein

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