The historical spelling with "ai" implies that this is the oldest part of the Bratwurst-Röslein, first mentioned in a document back in 1431. This "Beizn" was home to many famous Nuremberg citizens such as Albrecht Dürer, the painter, Peter Henlein, the locksmith and clockmaker who invented the watch, and Hans Sachs, the poet.
The original blue-tiled stove with its various handmade, very valuable tiles and the fantastic view of the old town hall and the Sebald church lend the room its unique charm. Today this room is the home to our "Sternstunden Ecke" with which the Bratwurst-Röslein supports the campaign organized by the Bavarian Radio for children in need, and many photos of the participating VIPs can be viewed here. Up to 80 guests can be accommodated in the Waizenstube.