Man can't survive a stag weekend in Hamburg on beer alone. Take time out for a traditional German meal and avoid stumbling around the streets of Deichstrasse like a drunk tourist by 7pm. You're in the town that gave the world the hamburger steak, so you're in for some top quality tucker.
We've eaten our way round Hamburg's traditional restaurants and found the finest. No wandering around trying to find somewhere with a table big enough for the whole stag party. We've got this one. Simply turn up, take your seats and demolish big plates of hearty German grub, washed down with a classic German brew.
The menu features Hamburg specialties that'll put hairs on yer chest. A traditional German meal usually includes meat. As you're in the Hanseatic port city of Hamburg, this or fish will be the star of the dish. Try a pork or veal schnitzel, wurst, hamburger steak or sauerbraten. Germany's national dish teams succulent roast pork with sauerkraut and dumplings.
With some decent grub inside, you'll hit St Pauli's bars and clubs fully fortified and ready to rock.
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