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Hidden Leipzig
View of the blue bar trailer and the adjoining wooden shack in the "Zum Wilden Heinz" beer garden

Zum Wilden Heinz

Zum Wilden Heinz is the name of the special café in the western side of Leipzig, which has taken advantage of one of the many form vacant city lots in Leipzig. In summer, drinks are served in the dreamy beer garden and in the winter they are served in the wooden hut's cosy atmosphere. Nowadays, the legendary location is the "garden café without a goat", because Heinz, the billy goat that gave the café its name, went back to his herd after a two-year stay in Leipzig. Instead, guinea pigs, a cat and breakfast in the sun are now waiting for the guests at Wilden Heinz.


location Hähnelstraße 22
04177 Leipzig

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phone +49 (0)1776908756

Karl-Heine-/Merseburger Straße ⋅ TRAM 14

Photograph of the beer garden at height and perspective of the beer garden furniture; chairs and tables, out door seating, trees, summer
© Philipp Kirschner
Photography of the comfortable seats in the seating area of Zum Wilden Heinz; in the background: building façades
© Philipp Kirschner
Photo of the outside seating and flower decorations in Zum Wilden Heinz beer garden
© Philipp Kirschner

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