People say about Düsseldorf that it has the longest bar in the world. By this they mean that nowhere else are there so many bars next to each other in one area without interruptions by stores of different kinds. And this is something Düsseldorf is very proud of. Of course you can just stroll into the old town and visit each of these bars, but we would still like to introduce you to our favourites.
Directly opposite the Deutsche Oper and not far from the Kunsthalle, the Sir Walter bar takes all discerning bar-hoppers and pleasure-seekers into a small world away from the mainstream. Dark velvet curtains cover the floor-to-ceiling windows and give no clue as to what is hidden behind them.Read more
On an axis with only a few other bars, the Elephant Bar is perfectly integrated into the neighbourhood of the gastronomy, which is far away from the typical old town pub, the Ballermann and bachelor parties known in Düsseldorf.
This bar is named after the artist Joseph Beuys, whose quote "Every man is an artist" also decorates the bar. From classics to the exotic of the "cocktail art", the Beuys Bar offers you everything for a successful evening. The menu is in an old cassette box and invites you to discover. The bar is not very big, and especially on weekends always full. From art students to businessmen all meet here. It's best to make a reservation in advance - otherwise it usually gets crowded.Read more
The LiQ Bar creates a real feel-good atmosphere due to the small, dark rooms and is always worth a visit. Here you should forget the everyday life and get into the mood of the bar. The menu consists of own creations and classics - on request the knowledgeable barkeepers mix almost everything else. The cocktails are extravagant but still discreetly decorated to a high standard.Read more
The Bar Ellington is a bar like no other. No frills, but quality is the main focus here. The experienced bar team takes care of the cocktails and is especially happy to respond to guests' wishes - if time permits. However, this is rarely the case, because especially on weekends the Ellington is buzzing.Read more
Besides all these good bars, our Ruby Leni Bar does not have to hide either. A little bit away from the old town you can get here just as good drinks and cocktails and also the atmosphere, which is based on the theatre history of the building, radiates good evening mood.Read more
In the middle of Düsseldorf's Carlsplatz, hidden between market stalls, is one of the best wine bars in town. Originally intended as a point of sale for special wines, more and more people come to enjoy a glass of wine on the spot and take a short break from their weekly shopping. In the end everybody has tasted a lot of good wines and had a great time.Read more