Bergische Stube

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Engelskirchener Str. 2
51789 Lindlar

Number of seats



Restaurant with 60 seats

Beergarden with 60 seats

Public transport

Busstop „Lindlar Eichholz“ in close proximity (100m)


Big parking lot directly next to the restaurant (also suitable for busses)



Dress code

No dresscode

Payment methods



traditional, seasonal, german, regional

Opening hours

Saturday: 5.30pm – 9pm

Sunday: 11am – 5pm

Restaurant Brief description

Welcome to the "Bergische Stube"

Hospitality since 1899

Welcome to Ufer's Bergischer Stube in Lindlar-Eichholz. Following we listed some historic notes regarding the Bergisches Land, our little village and the old house. Evidenced by documents the village Lindlar was first mentioned under the name of Lintlo in 1109, when the Cologne archbishop Friedrich reduced the Cathedral tax (annual fee for the bishop) from 1 pound to 10 shilling.

The "Counts von Berg" who were first mentioned in 1101, undertook administrative and judical tasks in the area. Their castle was located on the left riverside of the Dhünn, about half a kilometer south from Altenberg.

The "Ufer's Bergische Stube" in Lindlar Eichholz, formerly known as "Gastwirtschaft zur Erholung" is more than 150 years old. The first and at that time only house in the village. The constructor is unknown. There was a tree-lined beer garden on today's parking lot. A bowling alley was located next door, underneath the hedge. In the current "Sälchen" the dance floor was situated. - quote from the book "Das Bergische Schützenwesen"

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