About us and our history
Restaurant Peppersack is located in a building with an interesting history, in the heart of Tallinn's Old Town, in the immediate vicinity of the Town Hall Square. Through several floors, Peppersack has places for large groups as well as romantic corners for smaller groups. Doors open to guests early in the morning, serving oven-baked pastries and a delicious breakfast in the Peppersack Café. Under the Gothic vaults of the basement, however, you will find the Three Frogs Grill with an open kitchen, where wonderful barbecue dishes are prepared in front of visitors. However, it is worth visiting Peppersack for the praised house beer, which is made according to historical recipes. The doors of Peppersack House are open to everyone!
1370 - the oldest surviving written record of the two buildings on the property: a stone barn on the left (stenhus ), which belonged to the merchant TIDEMANUS CROWEL on the right, a wooden house, which Tidemanus Crowel sold to the mayor JOHAN DUDERSTADT. Aita has been repeatedly referred to as an orchard in documents. Consequently, the main last commodity of Tallinn was kept here - rye.
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