Our Blume room draws upon the centuries old public house tradition: The entire restaurant is marked by the distinctive parquet flooring with the house's original timber floor boards. The walls are decorated with 18th century paneling, with a flowered frame that dates back to c. 1900. An original wall cabinet from the early 18th century and a well-appointed china hutch from the 19th century add to the historical ambiance. You'll sit comfortably on the circumferential benches and Biedermeier era chairs around cherrywood tables that can be reconfigured as needed for couples or groups. Die Blume also seconds as a Meisenheim gathering space — a place for locals to mix and mingle.