In the heart of Zurich’s Old Town is the history-steeped Barfüsser locale, where guests enjoy life with delicious cocktails and sushi.
Place steeped in history
The place where in the 13th century mendicant friars built a small pilgrim’s hostel to offer shelter and to care for the sick became in the 1950s and 60s a place of freedom and one of the most important meeting places for gays in Europe.
Reopened in 2002, the front part of the locale was transformed into a sushi restaurant and the lounge into a meeting place for a colorful mix of guests.
Over the centuries, the ideals of openness, kindness, and tolerance have endured ‒ something that guests experience already on their first visit. And the food, like the guests, is fantastic.