It's a tiny bar with a very dedicated and friendly bartender (M. Borsch) who can make you a wonderful cocktail. Unfortunately it only seats about 10 people (and another 10 standing, I suppose).
I saw him make a cocktail with:
chunks of lemon and lime crushed with cane sugar, crushed ice and wodka.
Or a mojito: crushed chunks of lemon, lime and mint leaves, with rum and crushed ice.
Mine was Campari shaken with orange juice, lemon syrup and served with ice cubes and a cherry.
Also good for an after-dinner coffee, a drawn beer (or any other German beer) or a choice of whiskies.
Dress Code: Just as you are.
In Traben Trarbach, you won't find trendy nightclubs, fancy concert halls, or modern movie theaters. Instead, look for the local nightlife, usually in a gasthaus or weinstuben, always involving large amounts of bier (beer) or wein (wine). While in Traben-Trarbach, or anywhere along the Mosel, be sure to grab a seat at a local drinking establishment and sample some of Germany's best with the locals!
Although Traben-Trarbach is a quite little town, there is an awesome nightclub where locals and tourists come from as far as 30 Km's away. Exclusive is located underneath the main bridge.
It's open on Friday Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday (I think). It's best to go from around 23:00pm to 06:00am. Music wise runs between pop and house music to 80's tunes.
The people are very friendly and the atmosphere is incredible! I would recommend Friday and Saturday nights.
Dress Code: There club dress code is pretty lax and chilled - Jeans, t-shirts, smart dress is the order of the day.
If you're a member of Lions Club or Rotary Club, you might want to know that Hotel Bellevue is the place where they have their meetings.
Dress Code: Whatever the 'old boys' wear!