Lucky Luke's located just west of Treir was udoubtly onbe of the hottest spot that I have seen so far. The live bands were all very respectable and uniqe in their own stlye. Thre was a varity of drinks to chose from and all were reasonably priced. The locals that go there often were slighty different than "normal" people because they wore all black with many body pericings and some even wore what appered to be pounds of thick black make-up makeing them look dead. Over all the people and mood of the club was "ROCK ON"!
Dress Code: Wearing the gothic attire may help you fit in a little bit better.
The Irish Pub went out of business on 24 April 04!
The Rasher Reid's is a nice little local watering hole in Spangdahlem. The owner is Irish, there's a fireplace in the back and it has a friendly atmosphere.
The owner does not tolerate anyone who is loud or obstinate. He'll kick them out without skipping a beat. All of the help speak both German and English. They do not play loud music (you can actually have a conversation).
Once the locals get to know you, the Rasher Reid's comes to feel like a "Cheers" environment. "Everybody knows your name, and they're always glad you came".
Opens at 1600 local.
Dress Code: No wearing of hats.
The Why Not is a small bar in Spangdahlem that has an adjoining Turkish fast food place during the day.
The owner is Turkish and friendly. I've only been there a few times since it was renamed from "Schatzees".
It seems that lately more folks are coming here than to the Irish Pub. The drinks are very reasonably priced as well.
Open every day from 4pm...