Markthalle Neun is a beautiful 19th-century market hall where local vendors sell vegetables, cheeses, charcuterie, and more. A visit to the Markthalle is perfect for an afternoon when you’re not pressed for time or if you’re here on a rainy day. Grab a bottle of wine from Weinhandlung Suff, a burger from the Kumpel & Keule butchery, fresh pasta at Mani in Pasta, and cake from Frau Zeller (she’s only there Fridays and Saturdays), then stake out a table and behold the beauty of your spread. At the weekly Street Food Thursday event, stands focus on more international foods like Nepalese momos, Mexican tacos, and Vietnamese banh mi. It’ll be packed with tourists, but it’s still worth checking out.
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