„Let’s go and have a Viertele (a quarter liter wine) with Swabia Maultaschen (Ravioli) and potato salad“. If someone utters this sentence, two or maybe even three generation of Stuttgarters will think of the wine bar „Fröhlich“ in the Leonardsviertel, also known as the Bohnenviertel because of its humble beginning. The interior is simple and beautiful with wooden chairs and tables and they have added a green courtyard space for people who like a more romantic setting. The kitchen seems to serve very simple, local fare but you can taste the refinement with every bite. Simplicity combined with elegance that you can smell and taste rather than see. This place is still filled with the wit and the history of the former Journalist, then Star Restaurateur Hans Fröhlich. If you want to understand the urban Swabian, this is a good place to start.