Among Bremen specialties is the rollo, a pastry roll filled with meat, cheese, and salad and topped with sauce—a fast-food Germanic cousin to the döner kebab. Another favorite is the Bremen burger, a piece of white fish rolled in breadcrumbs, fried, and served on a roll garnished with mustard and fried onions. Coffee is as popular in Bremen as beer is in other German cities, in keeping with a long tradition: in 1673, Bremen became the first city in German to earn the right to serve coffee in public.

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