Opened in 1873, this is one of the oldest and most charming winstub in town. Located near the cathedral, it is frequented by journalists and political dignitaries. With its neat lines of tables and red-checked curtains, it’s a mix of bourgeois home and sophisticated bistro. The menu features refined versions of some of the best regional cuisine such as maennerstolz (smoked beef and pork sausage), Strasbourgeoise sauerkraut with different cuts of pork, and the house specialty coq au Riesling with spaëtzle pasta.