Frau Gerolds Garten, Industriequartier

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ZÜRICH | Frau Gerolds Garten was only meant to be a temporary pop-up, but since opening in 2012 it’s become a popular, familiar part of the increasingly trendy, formerly underutilised industrial area next to Hardbrücke station.

Frau Gerolds Garten spans across 20,000 square metres and is home to shops, art installations, a bar and eatery, pop-ups, an urban garden which is used by the kitchen. A full events calendar keeps things fresh and exciting throughout the year with live music, art shows, performances and more.

The venue is set up with a huge open area full of wooden tables, benches, and seats, with stacked shipping crates housing various parts of the whole thing, and stairs that lead up to a viewing deck with views across the railway tracks across the city and to the mountains.

There’s a charcoal grill cooking up barbecue in the summer, and in winter there’s cheese and meat fondue in a wooden hut with an open fireplace. The food menu isn’t in English, but it pretty self explanatory for the most part, and the staff speak English and are happy to translate for you if need be.

Do note that the hours are reduced from what’s listed below during the winter. Check the Frau Gerolds Garten website for exact opening hours when you’re visiting.

Frau Gerolds Garten

Geroldstrasse 23/23a
Zürich
Zürich 8005
Switzerland

Telephone: +417 8971 6764
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sat: 11:00am to 12:00am
Sun: 12:00pm to 10:00pm

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