Lübeck’s secret landmark
Café Niederegger has become an institution in Lübeck. It was founded by the pastry chef Johann Georg Niederegger in 1806. He was responsible for the company’s rise to fame and the worldwide reputation still enjoyed by Niederegger marzipan to this day. In the 200 years since its opening, Café Niederegger, situated in the heart of Lübeck, has become the secret landmark of this Hanseatic town. We invite you to experience the unique atmosphere of our original café. How about treating yourself to breakfast, lunch, a coffee break or a sundowner?
Café Niederegger has received several awards for being one of the best, most attractive cafés in Germany and providing excellent service.
We also recommend visiting our Niederegger Arkadencafé overlooking the historic Rathaus (town hall), St. Marien (St. Mary’s Church) and St. Petri (St. Peter’s Church). In the heart of Lübeck’s town centre, you can savour delicious gateaux and aromatic coffee on our sun-drenched market square terrace.
Our original café
opposite Lübeck’s historic Rathaus
In our original café directly opposite Lübeck’s historic Rathaus (town hall), you are not only welcome to try out the Niederegger cake specialities such as the famous Niederegger Nusstorte (nut cake), but also to learn about the history of marzipan in our Marzipan Museum.