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Garmisch, Stuttgart, Baden Baden

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Can you recommend any notable restaurants in/around Garmisch-Partenkirchen for lunch or dinner?

Can you recommend a unique/special restaurant in Stuttgart for a Saturday lunch?

Can you recommend regional specialty places in/around Baden Baden for lunch? Not Tonbach caliber, just quality regional food

Thanks for your suggestions

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In Stuttgart you can have lunch with a beautiful view (you can sit on a terrace or in a very sleek dining room) and very good food (classic, with regional and sometimes mediterranean inspiration) at Wielandshoehe. http://wielandshoehe.de The chef is famous since he has a TV show, but he is usually present and quite a character. Not your standard *. Easily reached by public transportation since it is adjacent a stop of the Rack Railway. Not everybody appreciates the relative simplicity of the food at that price level (made with top notch ingredients), but I am a fan.

One of the most beautiful rooms to dine anywhere is in the Speisemeisterei. http://www.speisemeisterei.de

I was not fully convinced by the food (it has a star since 2010), but I have heard of improvement. It is not in the city, however, but a few miles outside as a part of the Hohenheim castle complex that also houses the University.

If you want something inexpensive but very typical, I love the Hotel Anker for regional food. Great inexpensive wine list too. This is in Moehringen, easily reached via city train.

http://www.anker-stuttgart.de

Enjoy your trip

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Bump... I am particularly interested in options in and around Baden Baden. Does anyone know of a kirsch producer that gives tours? Many thanks!

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Assuming that you are more interested in something artisanal, then there will be hundreds of options. Though there might be not much to see, since distillation takes usually place in he colder months. Wineries often also make eau de vie, so they could most likely connect you with a god place.

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