The Brunnenstube (well room) takes its name for a medieval well located beneath a glass plate in the center of the restaurant. Among its other historical notes, our house once served as a brewery. We have even restored the traditional well into active duty and use it for our utility water. But for you the revitalizing properties of the Brunnenstube are more culinary than aquatic. In summer we open the glass wall to the inner courtyard where the bordering old city walls offer both privacy and protection against the wind for your al fresco dining pleasure. During the winter months the room's cozy atmosphere is enhanced with lovely furnishings including a rococo nutwood sideboard from c. 1770 and the striking original Baroque door from the famous smithy. The room's unique ambiance is shaped by the large painting from contemporary Berlin painter Matthias Zinn.