What happens after dark in Düsseldorf? There are pubs and bars for every taste in the trade fair city. Little Tokyo even has some of Europe's best Japanese restaurants.
Düsseldorf is a vibrant city and has excellent offers for all night owls. If you are in Düsseldorf for the first time and want to go out, you almost inevitably will end up in the Altstadt (Old Town) or in the MedienHafen. You will find countless restaurants catering for every taste. In this compact city, there are other neighbourhoods that are easy to get to, which also have a diverse gastronomic scene. For example, Flingern, Unterbilk or Pempelfort. What is unique in Düsseldorf? Around Immermannstrasse, between the main station and Schadowstrasse, there are numerous restaurants and bars. You can delight your palate all day with treats ranging from sushi to burgers. This Little Tokyo district is world famous. You will find some of Europe's best Japanese restaurants there.
If you want to eat authentic ramen noodles, you´re sure to find your new favourite restaurant. Japanese food in Düsseldorf is so popular that you sometimes have to queue up on weekends. After a visit to a theatre, concert or opera, a visit to one of the many exclusive bars in the city is highly recommended. More and more star hotels and boutique hotels are opening their well-equipped bars in Düsseldorf for everyone. At “25hours” or “me and all hotel”, you will have a great view of the city. There are also legendary bars with names like Sir Walter, Beuys or Ellington, giving everyone the chance to find the nicest bartender and the best drinks.
Where the dark Altbier flows
Düsseldorf’s Japanese quarter
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