Teestübchen im Schnoor
A quaint little café serving tea, coffee and homemade cakes. Evening meals served in Worpswede Stube restaurant.
The Teestübchen in Bremen's Schnoor quarter has been serving up tea and much more besides for 50 years. Across its three storeys the half-timbered building, built in 1650, also houses a café, a restaurant and a shop selling all sorts of wonderful items. Visitors can browse and indulge to their heart's content.
The ground floor, which features historical furniture from Worpswede, and the terrace are particularly good spots to watch the hustle and bustle of the Schnoor quarter. The restaurant serves traditional local dishes and excellent Bremen beers such as Hopfenfänger and Union Brewery beers. The Teestübchen is also available for functions and family celebrations.