Club social mexicano in Frankfurt: Mexican, but no Tex-Mex

Club social mexicano in Frankfurt: Mexican, but no Tex-Mex

MSophisticated exica cuisine, good drinks and a good atmosphere, a lot of young people, but not only, and all in an area of ​​a good 400 square meters: This is the relatively new Club social mexicano restaurant in downtown Frankfurt. Its initiator is Madjid Djamegari, an old hand in the Frankfurt dining and nightlife scene, who also runs the Gibson music club on Frankfurt’s Zeil.

Jacqueline Vogt

Department head of the Rhein-Main editorial team of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

The eatery occupies the base of an extended-stay Marriott hotel, part of a project called Flare of Frankfurt on the former Rundschau site. If you don’t see it straight away: It’s a building that stretches around corners with a roughly honeycomb-shaped white façade that turns towards the surroundings in a rather clumsy manner. Architect Hadi Teherani designed it. The draft was controversial before construction began, and it turned out to be no nicer than expected after it was implemented. But the “Club social” is beautiful, with furnishings that mix wood, stone and wicker lamps. Particularly attractive: the seating and dining facilities in the open glass front, designed like train compartments with benches rounded at the top.


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