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Ten minutes in line for a tasty, chilled beer. At a roadside stand. Doesn't anyone do that? Yes, they do! The Fortuna-Büdchen on Joseph-Beuys-Ufer, painted in the club colors, has a cult following and opens its sales window to everyone - Fortuna fans, passers-by and those hungry for romance.
Now you're probably wondering what Fortuna Düsseldorf has to do with romance. In fact, not much. The legendary Büdchen, however, regularly attracts those looking for an exclusive spot on the banks of the Rhine to gaze at the beautiful sunset. Of course, this is best done with a cold beer in hand and nice people around.
The drinking hall, painted in the club colors of the namesake Düsseldorf soccer club Fortuna 1895, is located on your way between Düsseldorf's old town and the stadium. Here, you can drink with die-hard Fortuna fans or celebrate victory or defeat together.
The cult pub is open 362 days a year. An institution for which the people of Düsseldorf have signed many a petition. The Büdchen belongs to Düsseldorf like... oh, there are countless comparisons. Take your pick.
Either way, we recommend you stop by the Joseph-Beuys-Ufer. Get a beer or another cold drink and celebrate the "third half" with the Fortuna-Düsseldorf fans at the most romantic soccer kiosk in the world. Here's to Fortuna!
Fun Fact: Fortuna was the Roman goddess of fate. She was equally responsible for chance, luck and misfortune. As an oracle goddess, Fortuna was often asked about the future.