Frankfurtin yöelämä: parhaat baarit, klubit ja paljon muuta

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Nightlife in Frankfurt: Best Bars, Clubs, & More

Se ei ole kaikkea Frankfurtissa. Saksan talouskeskus on myös suuri opiskelijakaupunki, elävän jazzin näyteikkuna ja tech house -musiikin syntymäpaikka. Tämä kansainvälinen näyttämö koostuu lähes 30 prosentista ulkomaalaisista, mikä tarkoittaa, että siellä on jokaiselle jotakin.

Tämä Frankfurtin yöelämän opas näyttää, minne mennä löytääksesi juhlasi, huippubaareja ja klubeja sekä vinkkejä kaupungissa liikkumiseen

Missä juhlia Frankfurtissa

Frankfurtin monipuolinen yöelämä kattaa kaiken hienoista viinibaareista jazzluokista teknoklubeihin. Jokaisella kaupungin naapurustolla on erilainen tunnelma, joten on helppo valita keskus sen mukaan, mitä haluat yöksi.

  • Bockenheim : Frankfurtissa on noin 40 000 opiskelijaa, ja monet asuvat tämän yliopistoa ympäröivän kaupunginosan itäpuolella.
  • Bahnhofsviertel : Hauptbahnhofia (päärautatieasemaa) ympäröivä alue on Frankfurtin punaisten lyhtyjen alue . Vaikka se oli aikoinaan melko ruuhkainen, se on yhä haluttavampi ja sillä on laaja valikoima baareja, etenkin Kaiserstrassen ympäristössä.
  • Bornheim : Tällä alueella on paljon tasokkaita baareja, etenkin Berger Straßen ympäristössä.
  • Salzhaus: Tämä keskeinen alue on ihanteellinen cocktailbaareille ja niitä rakastaville ihmisille,
  • Sachsenhausen : Tämä perinteinen kaupunginosa joen eteläpuolella on baarien tukikohta ja paikallinen suosikki e bbelwoi (omenaviini) -tavernoja. Lähempänä jokea on yleensä turistimaisempi, halvempi ja täynnä opiskelijoita, kun taas etelämpänä oleva paikka sopii paremmin rennon väkijoukolle.

Baarit Frankfurtissa

Frankfurtin baarit voivat olla tasokkaita tai viileitä tai kaikkea siltä väliltä.

  • Club Voltaire : Tämä beatnik-baari perustettiin vuonna 1962, ja se on muusikko- ja aktivistijoukon turvapaikka. Siellä on päivittäin luentoja ja muita ajankohtaisia ​​tapahtumia sekä baariruokaa, olutta ja siideriä. Odota rentoa tunnelmaa jazz- ja blues-ääniraidalla.
  • Dauth-Schneider : Tämä apfelwein- taverna (omenasiideri) on ollut avoinna yli 150 vuotta ja on täydellinen paikka istua paikallisten kanssa ja harjoitella ebbelwoin ääntämistä.
  • Luna Bar : Jos haluat juoda drinkin pitkän työpäivän tai kokouksen jälkeen, tämä on paras cocktailbaari aivan kaupungin keskustassa. Sisustus on yhtä tyylikäs kuin juomat, ja maanantaisin on elävää musiikkia ja muina viikonpäivinä DJ.
  • Jimmy’s Bar : Tämä klassinen baari on ollut avoinna vuodesta 1951 ja tarjoilee aitoja amerikkalaistyylisiä pianobaaritunnelmia. Odotettavissa on bisnesväkeä ja korkeatasoisia juomia, välipaloja ja palvelua.
  • Naïv : Craft oluet ovat ravistelevat Saksassa ja tämä on paras paikka Frankfurtissa nauttia yli 100 oluita ympäri maailmaa, mukaan lukien useita talon keitetty vaihtoehtoja.
  • Frankfurt Art Bar: This busy bar has an active event schedule of jazz concerts, cabaret, and readings. On Fridays, there are local and international DJs offering an intimate club atmosphere.
  • After-Work-Shipping: This after-work-hours cruise on the river Main covers different elements of the city’s design, but also focuses on atmosphere with drinks and socializing.

Clubs in Frankfurt

Germany’s club scene is legendary, and while Berlin gets most of the attention these days, Frankfurt actually paved the way with its world-renowned Cocoon Club: No matter that this club is closed, there are plenty of others to get your groove on.

  • Robert Johnson: This acclaimed club on the banks of the Main river is one of the best techno clubs in the world. The tech house genre was developed here and top DJs frequently make an appearance, utilizing their top-tier sound system. This is a spot for techno devotees and with only 100 person capacity there is a strict door policy.
  • Tanzhaus West: Located in an old factory, this underground club plays music ranging from cyberhouse to hip-hop to goa trance. The outdoor garden is open for DJ sets and live concerts in the summer.
  • O25 Club: Once a fire shelter, this dark and smoky space features all kinds of music and caters to a young crowd.
  • Club Anthrazit: This little electro club of course has a DJ, but also a VJ (Video Jockey) that projects colors, patterns, and shapes to fit the music.
  • Dreikönigskeller: Since 1988, Dreikonigskeller in Sachsenhausen has and themes that differ each day like jazz and blues, music from the ’60s and ’70s, R&B and soul, New Wave, and more.
  • The Cave Club: This underground nightclub is relaxed, cheap, and loud with alternative and heavy metal music.
  • Club Travolta: A fashionable two-story club with minimalist design and music from electronic to hip-hop.
  • U 60311: This is an electronic club with almost 10,000 square feet of dance space for the young and energetic. Placed in a former pedestrian tunnel, it was refurbished in 2006 and is still gritty and fun.
  • Silbergold: This mega-club often has a long line waiting to get in, but once you are in you can party all night to the many different guest DJs.
  • Chango Latin Palace: Chango is the largest club in Frankfurt featuring Latin music. A dance teacher offers lessons to start the evening, then club-goers salsa into the night.
  • Final Destination Club: Final Destination is the place to go for anything goth, heavy metal, or hardcore.

Live Music in Frankfurt

Frankfurt also has many live music venues with a focus on jazz. Kleine Bockenheimer Strasse is also known as Jazzgasse” for all the jazz clubs located on the street. But there are plenty of places to hear live music across all genres.

  • Jazzkeller: Undoubtedly the most important jazz club in Frankfurt. Greats like Louis Armstrong, Chet Baker, and Dizzy Gillespie have played here.
  • Jazzlokal Mampf: Another famed jazz club established in 1972, Jazzlokal Mampf holds over 150 concerts a year.
  • Batschkapp: Batschkapp is an alternative club opened in 1976 which has hosted the Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Pogues, and many more.
  • Elfer Music Club: One of the most famous rock clubs in Germany, Elfer is an ideal venue for rock, metal,and indie music.
  • Clubkeller: This basement club is an indie and alternative music club with local bands as well as international acts.
  • Brotfabrik: Located inside an old bakery, Brotfabrik has two stages, an event hall, two restaurants, and a bar. You can see performances from classical musicians, indie artists, and everything in-between.
  • Das Bett: Committed to doing things a little different, all the music played here is from the alternative scene. On Sundays, there is a day of “bed rest”.
  • The Cave: Called Frankfurt’s “worst-lit” club, this is the place to go to party hard to loud, live music.
  • Spritzehaus:In the middle of the cider district, Spritzehaus has daily concerts to bang your head to.

Outdoor Bars in Frankfurt

In summer, the party moves outside. Nearby Offenbach has several excellent Strandbars (beach bars), but here are a few worth visiting in Frankfurt.

  • Mainstrand: The patio along the river is one of the best places for a drink and the a view. Choose from their wide selection of cocktails, beer, or wine as well as a choice of tapas.
  • Mantis Roofgarden: The roof terrace here provides for stunning views, as well as three club rooms where you can dance from dusk until dawn.
  • CityBeach Club: Sand and palm trees at this beach club help you forget that you’re in the center of the city.

Tips for Going Out in Frankfurt

  • Transit in Frankfurt is fairly comprehensive, but the S-bahn and U-bahn lines are limited from 1 a.m. to 4 a.m.
  • Buses run 24 hours a day and taxis can be called at any hour. Ubers and other ride-shares have not been completely successful in Germany.
  • There is no hard closing time in Germany. Generally, places stay open if they still have customers so places can be open all night, although most close around 1 a.m. on weekdays.
  • Tipping is generally no more than 10 percent. Often, you can just round up to the nearest euro for small amounts.
  • There are very few restrictions on alcohol consumption in public in Frankfurt. Buying a drink at a late-night shop and having a low-key drink by the river is generally acceptable.
  • Many restaurants and bars are closed on Mondays.
  • Prostitution is legal in Germany and the red light district in Bahnhofsviertel is becoming a popular nightlife hang out.