Saarbrücken

Three-storeyed villa in the St. Arnual quarter of Saarbrücken. Built in 1896, the clinker brick building formerly served as an officers' mess and later as a theatre space.

the Filmhaus (literally film house) is a communal art house cinema with three screening rooms.

the E-Werk (a former electric power station) is an event space of approx. 1900 m² (29,9 m x 63,5 m) with a capacity of 3500-4000 spectators.

the Zur Wilden Ente restaurant and beer garden -before known as Saar Schleuse restaurant -has belonged to the Schley family for over a century.

located next to the main entrance of the Saarlandhalle, the restaurant has a large window front facing South and facing the football stadium Ludwigsberg.

Housed in an old building with a red brick fa%uFFFDade, the restaurant serves modern creative cuisine. Cosy, artsy, eclectic, romantic atmosphere.

Party ship, which has the style of pirates

Pub that specialises in sausages. Eclectic design mix reminiscent of the 1960s and 70s ('like your grandma's living room').

Hotel with regular guest rooms and holiday flats. The guest rooms all have an individual design and are named accordingly (e.g. king's room, emperor's room, wedding room).

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