Sailor's Inn: Nice Little Restaurant Close to The Beach
This is a nice little restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere. It is adjacent to the buildings and the winter storage area of the Segel-Verein Wedel-Schulau.
In the summer you can sit outside and enjoy the sunshine and the fresh air with some coffee and cake.
In the winter you can warm up with a hot drink and a strong meal after a walk along the dikes or some work on your (or your friend's) boat.
Tonne 122: Restaurant at The Hamburger Yachthafen
Tonne 122 (or just the "Tonne"; and most locals know, which place you are talking about) is the restaurant at the Hamburger Yachthafen. You can sit outside in the summer on the terrace or upstairs on the balcony, and inside in the winter. Especially from the first floor and the balcony you can have a great view across the marina to the Elbe river. And while you are eating you can watch the huge vessels going by.
Fährhaus Schulau: Ferry station SChulau
A nice restaurant just at the quite famous welcome point at the river Elbe where all incoming ships are traditionally welcomed by a horn signal. Inside the hotel and restaurant building is as well a little museum. See more at the homepage of the ferry house.
Favorite Dish: We had "only" a yummy fish bread at the street stand of the restaurant, so I can´t recommend any special dish here now.
Stuhlmann Cafe: Gallerie-Cafe
This is an art gallery, where they also have a coffee restaurant.
Whether you go there as an art lover, to take a look at an exhibition, or simply to enjoy a fine piece of cake and coffe in a pleasant atmosohere, this place is very conveniant.
It is at the old marked, close to the old church, the museum, the theater ship "Batavia", and the Barlach House.
Reepschläger Haus: A Nice Place to Have Tea or Coffee
Reepschläger Haus is a place which in German would be called a Tee-Stube, a tea room.
From afternoon to evening it is a nice, cosy place, where you can sit with friends, have a cup of fine tea, eat some cake and talk for hours.
It actually is a real old Reepschläger (rope maker's) house, built in 1758.