Osnabrück is a haven for all gourmets. This is not only because Tom Elstermeyer, star chef of restaurant "IKO Restaurant" (15 points in the Gault & Millaut)) ranks among the best in Germany. Another foodie destination in the city is the restaurant "Weinwirtschaft" at "Steigenberger Hotel Remarque". It offers a range of local and seasonal dishes and always delicious wine types. In contrast, those who like a more rustic setting will enjoy the brewery "Rampendahl" in the old town.
The confectionery "Leysieffer" has been the first address for sweet treats for more than 100 years. Speaking of tradition: The restaurant Walhalla is Osnabrück’s oldest inn. Fresh local ingredients are a feature of a typical Osnabrück meal.
In spring there is asparagus, in winter there is kale, served up with smoked pork chop or white pudding. Even more quality of a buzz and vitality is brought into the Old Town by the lively coffee bars and with own roasting houses.
Enjoy the Old Town with exquisite boutiques, small art shops and typical pubs.
The Redlinger Straße is an individual young-scene district and is particularly known for its number of alternative stores, bars, restaurants and cafés.
The popular main shopping street downtown is the Große Straße where you can find the major large chains and regional dealers.
The meeting point in the heart of the city offers many varied pavement cafés or bars to relax in during a shopping trip.
The open shopping centre offers besides its extraordinary architecture a variety of different shops, an ice cream parlor and a bakery.
Starting from the Nikolaiort, this small street houses modern design, individual stores and good catering.
This shopping district with its varied gastronomy is directly located along the river "Hase".
This street is popular for its charming mixture of rustic pubs, southern street life and specialist retailers.
Art, culture and vitality all jostle in this street. Small, individual shops and different restaurants with green areas.