The Renaissance building, which is part of the boutique hotel, is the oldest building in Leipzig that is still inhabitable and is located directly next to St Thomas’s Church and the Bach Monument. The newly constructed rear building opens out onto the garden. Very quiet, very charming.
A hearty ALOHA from the open kitchen. You have the choice and order from the à la carte menu and simply choose other breakfast specialities from the Hawaiian-style buffet. Coffee from the Leipzig coffee roaster Franz Morrish, bread, and baked goods from the organic bakery MACIS, honey from the Leipzig beekeeping Mohr and cheese from the cheese dairy Lehmann ensure that the quality promises made are fulfilled.
Monday – Friday
6.30 – 10.30 a.m.
Saturday & Sunday
7 – 11 a.m.
Fancy something completely new? Inspired by the cuisine of the Mediterranean coast and the flavours of Hawaii, Bull & Bonito serves dishes that tantalise your taste buds with something uniquely new. Enjoy Honolulu beef ribs, pasta gamberetto and poke bowls in a unique evening atmosphere overlooking the churchyard.
With a glass of Rioja or a cold beer, it’s like being on a sunny day by the sea.
Tuesday – Saturday
4 p.m. – 12 a.m.
Bull & Bonito
Train with cardio equipment from LifeFitness, including a bike, cross trainer, treadmill, and weights. Everything for an effective workout. The small Finnish sauna is ready for you and is enriched with fragrant oils. The Kneipp pool also provides the necessary cooling.
Leipzig combines the best of the past and the hippest of today. Whether nostalgic coffee house culture, cool bars, cultural highlights or a concert visit, everyone will find something to their taste here. Speaking of tastes, anyone visiting the city should also try the famous Leipziger Allerlei, a delicious vegetable dish made of young peas, carrots, asparagus, and morels, and ideally with crayfish.
In addition to the bars and restaurants around the Barfußgäßchen and the Moritzbastei cultural centre in the city centre, the Connewitz district is the address for night owls. Techno disciples from all over the world are drawn to the Distillery Club at weekends, and drum classes, theatre, discos, and international concerts take place on the grounds of Werk II.
Unusual souvenirs can be sought and found at the night flea market in Kohlrabizirkus.