The Hanseatic city Luebeck offers a whole set of restaurants,
which promise a special experience not only by their kitchen, but also
by their historical premises to the visitor. The " Schabbelhaus " in
the mixing race 48/50 is such a restaurant. Its name it owes to the
wealthy baker master and Konditor Heinrich Schabbel, which bequeathed
with its death in the year 1904 at that time the total of 125,000
goldmark, stately for conditions, to the city. Its condition: It
should a house bought and the museum for luebeckische Altertuemer
Schabbels cash became related, in order to acquire and equip
with valuable furniture a merchants' house in the mixing race 36. The
chief shank of the donation thought however at the same time of a
practical use. Thus, " around the distinguished character of the
house to true ", a wine Schenke was created, which enjoyed soon of
large popularity. The house became a victim of the bomb attack on
Luebeck at the night the Palmsonntag 1942.
A reconstruction was not possible after the war, but the
thought to the old " Schabbelhaus " remained alive in Luebeck. The
city acquired the two merchants' houses mixing race 48 and 50 in the
fifties, and the kaufmannschaft to Luebeck placed an amount of 400,000
Marks to the renovation to the order. The new " Schabbelhaus "
developed, equipped with furnishings from old luebischen merchants'
houses and loans of the Luebecker of St. Annen museum. Over the large hall the Luebecker made kaufmannschaft
available the brother shank of the Artushofes to Danzig space for a
collection of erinnerungsstuecken from the old hansischen sister city.