Bad Sulza OT Auerstedt
Museum cafe & Restaurant Reinhardt’s im Schloss

Bad Sulza


Heart, what more could you want…
Cultivated hospitality in Auerstedt is all about the palate. And it has a name: “Reinhardt’s im Schloss”. This is the name of the museum café and restaurant where Kati and Frank Reinhardt enliven the converted castle with their famous cuisine, style, flavour and enthusiasm. It is already an insider tip for connoisseurs and seminar groups to rent the holiday flats at the castle, dine at Reinhardt’s in the historic ambience and make an occasional detour “over the hill” to the Toskana Therme Bad Sulza.



Auerstedt became world-famous during the Napoleonic era. After all, Napoleon had the Arc de Triomphe built in Paris after the Battle of Jena-Auerstedt in 1806. Auerstedt is now a tranquil place, surrounded by vineyards near Bad Sulza, with its 17th-century castle that makes a calm and relaxing impression. However, things get exciting behind the old castle walls, in the innovative and modern cuisine of Reinhardt’s restaurant in the castle.

This is the perfect place to celebrate. Almost anything is possible on the four floors of the castle: vernissages, weddings, parties – the ambience and catering offer ideal conditions.

Weimar Land Meal time.

Good to know

Opening hours:

Tues – Fri: 3.00 – 10.00 pm
Sat: 11.30 – 10.00 pm

Sun & Mon: Days off


Restaurant with 30 seats (total seating capacity inside 70, outside 50)
Various large rooms for celebrations and events

Booking recommended
A look at the menu