The Förster family (with Michael and Luise, Thomas and Carmen) have been the new innkeepers of the Röslein since 1 January 2013 and have continued the tradition to the present day.
The new Bratwurst Röslein welcomes its five millionth guest! Congratulations.
In August and September we celebrate the 10th anniversary and at the same time the 575th birthday of Bratwurst Röslein together with our guests.
The main room undergoes complete refurbishment in October and appears in new splendor after a short renovation phase.
The Bratwurst Röslein celebrates its 570th birthday.
The Bratwurst Röslein reopens its doors to the public on August 12 after a one-year planning and conversion phase.
Innkeeper: Gregor Lemke
The extensive construction works for the new BRATWURST-RÖSLEIN have been completed.
Extensive construction works are started for the new BRATWURST-RÖSLEIN.
The bombardment on January 2, 1945, completely destroys the historical building. After the end of the war, the BRATWURST-RÖSLEIN was successfully continued by the Köhnlein couple in a provisional arrangement.
The married couple, Andreas and Maria Köhnlein, takes over the restaurant from Konrad Gröschl with the water supply rights to half a bucket of water per hour from the municipal water tower near Nägeleinsmühle.
First official mention as BRATWURST-RÖSLEIN.
Photo: Sigurd Curman
Johann Adam Raab sells the restaurant to Gustav Keller at a price of 12,500 guilders. The restaurant "Zu den drei Röslein" has existed since then.
First official mention as RÖSLEIN.
Albrecht Dürer – the painter, Hans Sachs – the poet, the sculptors Adam Kraft and Peter Vischer, as well as Willibald Pirckheimer, the artist, are famous regular guests.
First mention of the old Nuremberg roasting kitchen "Zu den drei Rosen".
The beer tavern house "Waizenstüblein" is first mentioned in old documents. It is integrated into the BRATWURST-RÖSLEIN later on.
The large city hall with the city hall chamber was erected in Burgstraße. The square where the "Gänsemännchenbrunnen" is located was called "Salzmarkt".
King Konrad IIl donates the monastery “Egidienkloster”. The first settlements are erected in the area around today's Rathausplatz.
King Henry builds an imperial castle on the "Nourinberge" and founds a market town