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Located in probably the most iconic passage in the city. It’s got a Goethian flair I very much enjoyed. Lovely cakes and great coffee served by very friendly and competent personnel. What I really loved was the devil’s laughter coming from the ceiling. If you...More
In the ranking order of quirky bars this is in top 5%. The scary theme is carefully done and with surprises every now and again (do not want to spoil the surprise; go and see).
Nice interior, great staff and a serious selection of alcohol...More
Very original cafe / bar, right above the famous Auerbachkeller, where Faust allegedly signed his pact with Mephisto.
They don't serve any food - but then it's one of the few places that still allow you to smoke indoors. Not ideal for most of us,...More
It's right above the the restaurant which the famous German poet Johann Wolfgang Goethe visted during his student's time in Leipzig very often. In his drama "Faust", he eternized it with a revelry scene between Dr. Faust, the devil (Mephistopehels) and students. "Mephisto" are life-sized...More
We specially came back here one afternoon after deciding that the cake trolley looked the best of any we'd seen anywhere in the town centre - and they do look good. But they taste awful - the cakes we had were stale and dry -...More
My husband and I popped in here for a drink after a visit to the opera. It was rather smokey for my liking and I'd have left if my husband hadn't been so persuasive. I'm glad he did persuade me to stay for "one drink"...More