A great place to hang out with friends. Don't get too friendly with the bar staff... They are free and easy with giving out shots.
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I fell in love with first insight. Chairs and tables look so old, the used beer bottles as candle holder. Beers were my favorite brand and the food portions were huge and extremely tasty. Wish my stay in Marburg was longer and I could taste all other drinks and foods as well. Lovely place
Very convenient (for tourists) location – at the beginning of a gentle rise to Oberstadt (Upper town), near Elisabethen-Kirche, which, in turn, is the closest to the railway station among other Marburg attractions (about 200 meters along the river before turning right to the Bahnhofstrasse, and other remaining 400 meters to the station). Good brewed beer, decent German food accompanying... More
Enjoyed snacks and a few refreshings drinks. Very friendly service and a nice mix of locals and visitors. Hope to visit again.
This is a very old house with a great athmosphere. You can expect young people, most of them students. You can feel like one of them.
I'm living in Marburg since one year and a half. I was often in sudhaus with friends to get some beers and spend a nice evening. It is a nice place, always full of young people that are willing to make party. The prices are very low, there is alway good music and friendly atmosphere. It is definitely a place... More
This bar has such a fun feel to it. It's very popular with students, so it gets crowded quick, but grab a beer and a table and enjoy the ambiance-it's a Marburg hidden gem.
This is where you go to get the best and cheapest Schnitzel as well as pretty cheap beer. The atmosphere is pretty authentic European as it looks like a tavern you could find 500 years ago so it really is the best bar in town I would say. 1 Liter beers for 5.50 isn't bad and the food is cheap... More
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