One of the few bars in Leipzig which tourists should make an effort to find. Low lighting, soothing vertical stripes on the walls, modern decoration meshing with hardwood floors, multi-levelled layout. Music is eclectic but generally mainstream. Empty during the day, can get crowded in the evening, though.
If you’re here, you’re drinking Gose from the tap, that’s all there is to it. There are 8-10 beers to choose from, and this is probably the only place in the country that serves all three varieties of German wheats – bottles of Hefeweizen (Franz.) and Berliner Weiße (B. Kindl), Leipziger Gose on tap (the Döllnitzer).
As for the food, lots of regional specialties here, but as a general rule the smaller dishes are better than the larger.
Located just outside the city ring, a five minute westerly walk from the Thomaskirche, in a "pub mile". Nearest tram stop is Gottschedstraße; it can be seen from Sinfonie’s windows.