Dusseldorf ProWein

Your Alternative Guide to ProWein

A trade fair requires adequate and regular energy intake and as one of the largest wine fairs in the calendar, ProWein requires planning and preparation! We have done the legwork for you and prepared a guide to make sure you don’t go hungry (or thirsty!) during your Dusseldorf trip.

Morning

Rosie’s 21 Adersstraße, 40215
Found a hop, skip and a jump away from Dusseldorf’s Hauptbahnhof, Rosie’s is the place to be for the most important meal of the day. A kind of American/German diner vibe means it’s a killer combination of decent portion sizes, central location and value for money. Plus it’s only a 15 minute taxi ride away from ProWein.

Afternoon

Schnellenburg 120 Rotterdamer Strasse, 40474
Reinvigorate your tired tastebuds with a delicious meal from the nearby Schnellenburg hotel. On the bank of the Rhein and virtually outside ProWein, you can take a well-deserved break and recharge. It’s a mere 9 minute walk from the Bibendum PLB Group stand (Hall 9 Stand D16). Think modern European food – heavy on the meat and fish specials.

Rheinuferpromenade 40479
A 20 minute taxi ride from ProWein, the Rheinuferpromenade is well worth the trip. Take some time out and go for a scenic walk along the River Rhein. This promenade is lined with bars and restaurants, perfect for afternoon drinks and nibbles.

Evening

Pizzeria Trattoria Romantica 48 Dusselthaler Strasse, 40211
Sometimes all you want is something comforting and at Pizzeria Trattoria Romantica, that’s what you get. Don’t be put off by the name, it’s never full of Lady and the Tramp style couples, just honest, flavoursome food. Found centrally near the Rochesmarkt tram or Weherhahn train station, it is regarded by some as the best pizza in Dusseldorf! You won’t regret it.

Oktopussy 69 Gneisenaustrasse, 40477
Anything that takes its naming inspiration from James Bond was always going to pique our interest. Luckily the food matches the expectations. Additionally open on ProWein Sunday and Monday, reservations are a must.

Zum Einhorn 26 Kaiserswerther Markt, 40489
Did you accidentally book a hotel near the airport? No worries because Zum Einhorn offers a fantastic seasonal menu with mussels a particular highlight. Who needs the bustle of the city?

Palito Berger Strasse 14, 40213
The lively atmosphere in this Hispanic restaurant brings the fiesta to the Altstadt’s Berger Strasse. With live, traditional music at the weekends, it really is the place to eat, drink and be merry. The menu is extensive, with tapas and grill options. Yum!

Night

Zum Uerige 1 Berger Strasse, 40213
No trip to Dusseldorf is complete without a glass or two of the local Altbier. Shake off the day and make your way to Zum Uerige in the Altstadt. Here, the Altbier is brewed onsite so you’ll be perfecting your German drinking songs in no time.

Schaukelstühlchen Kurze Strasse 18, 40213
Literally translated as “the Rocking Chair”, this is a much-loved bar in the notorious ‘longest bar’ strip of the Altstadt. With the Kürzer Brauerei just next door, it’s difficult to turn down some local Altbier. With a relaxed atmosphere, this is where the locals escape the main street’s tourist scene.

Löffelbar Tußmannstraße 3, 40477
Pemplefort is the place to be and Löffelbar is what this trendy quarter is all about. Bistro food, a relaxed atmosphere, luscious cocktails and homemade ice cream make this little gem a hard one to beat. And it is only a 20 minute taxi ride from ProWein.

We look forward to seeing you there! Prost!

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