Head to Grosse Bockenheimer Straße, known locally as Fressgass, or “Munching Alley”, due to the number of eating options there. If you are visiting in early summer, make sure you take advantage of the annual Fressgass Fest, which is packed with food, drink and entertainment. Notable restaurants include Main Tower Restaurant and Bar (located in a skyscraper 660 feet above the city streets), and the Michelin starred Villa Merton for an innovative (but expensive) menu. Make time for a visit to Kleinmarkthalle, a traditional food market for the locally-renowned Gräf-Völsing Rindswurst (beef sausage) and fresh fruit and vegetable. The Frankfurt traditional local tipple is Apfelwein, similar to cider. There are many cosy cider taverns throughout the city to enjoy different Apfelwein and eat from a traditional menu. We recommend the Lorsbacher Thal, in Alt-Sachsenhausen, run by the same family since the early 1800s. It serves great food and the cider is always flowing.