A Bremen beer institution since the late 1970s, this bar pairs local brews with international cuisine and tasty regional snacks.
Achim's Beck'shaus has been a popular meeting place in Bremen's city centre since the late 1970s. Right at the heart of the Hanseatic city, near the famous pig statues on Sögestrasse, this bar and restaurant has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Achim's Beck'shaus combines Bremen's beer tradition with international cuisine and local dishes such as knipp and labskaus. The fine mahogany and brass interior of the restaurant gives it a maritime charm, and the lovingly decorated galleries form separate eating areas.
During the summer the large, sheltered terrace is perfect for whiling away the hours watching the hustle and bustle of the pedestrian area. And if the weather's a little cooler, then both smokers and those who prefer to sit outdoors can enjoy the warmth from the patio heaters. The large light-flooded conservatory is also popular whatever the weather.
Mon–Sat 10am until late
Sun only when Werder Bremen are playing
Hot food: Mon–Thu until 10pm, Fri+Sat until 11pm