HISTORY & INFO
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WHY CALLED FRAU MÖLLER FRAU MÖLLER?
Originally, in the Lange Reihe 96 there was a carpet shop. In 1983 the former host to the store renewed the shop. A day before the opening of the new bar, everything was ready, only a proper name was missing. Thus, the workforce had been drummed up to vote for a name for the new pub.

The result was concordant.

It was named after the owners she-dog:

"Frau Moeller".
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SUCCESSFULLY AGAINST THE TREND PAUL LEE AKA FRAU MÖLLER
At the counter´s corners black paint peels and the yellowed ceiling is stucked by the smoke of countless cigarettes. With each step, the old floorboards creak, and on the massive wooden tables several generations of boozers have left their marks. "Frau Möller" at first glance contradicts all the rules of modern management. Nevertheless, the pub in Hamburgs St. Georg is packed every night.

While other restaurateurs constantly are chasing the latest trends, "Frau Möller´s" highest command is and always will be: No experiments! "For our regular customers we are something like their living room," says owner Paul Lee, his recipe for success. This hand-knitted concept gastronomically focuses on the concept of a large selection of tapped beers at reasonable prices in a simple combination with german cuisine. " Frau Möller" is especially known for it´s Irish draft beers, such as Guinness and Kilkenny.

Author: Mathias Thurm