Daily from 11 am until 11 pm.
The Golden Post Horn is Germany's oldest wine tavern and it dates back to 1498. This was the local tavern for both Albrecht Dürer and Hans Sachs and for centuries it has been celebrated in songs and visited by kings, artists and scholars from all over the world.
In 1945 The Golden Post Horn was completely destroyed by bombing. The tavern was, however, lovingly rebuilt by the Behringer family and was restored to its original site in the shadow of St. Sebald’s Church in 1960.
On the one side is the famous “Little Sausage House” (Bratwursthäusle) and just around the corner is the Golden Post Horn, the oldest wine tavern in Germany, which from its very beginning served the prominent people of Nuremberg with food and drink. Anyone who wants to wallow in history here can do so by simply ordering some original Nuremberg Rostbratwurst sausages and a decent Franconian wine to go with them! Of course there are also plenty of other typically Franconian dishes to choose from.