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Cafe Creme is a small family run french bakery and eatery. They serve up a selection of freshly baked sweet treats, coffee and baguette sandwiches. Stop by for a quick bite, a leisurely morning coffee or a tasty lunch. Select from the day's specials off the black board, behind the counter. You can savor one of their delicious flaky croissants with a glass of freshly squeezed juice, or brewed coffee and sit outside on a stool and take in the sights. You may have to wait a bit at lunch time, as Cafe Creme has it's round of regulars who stop by for a bite.
Formerly a Lederhosen and Dirndl shop, this low-key bar has become a key stop for the offbeat hip crowd in the Glockenbachviertel. Trachtenvogl features a mishmash of 50s-style furniture, with a modern bar and traditional Bavarian hunting-lodge style decorations, altogether offering a cozy atmosphere pumped up by the evening beats of a live DJ. Grab yourself a Tegernseer (the trendy beer of the Munich hipster scene) or choose from a list of over fifty kinds of hot chocolate. If hunger strikes, the menu offers several grilled sandwiches and an olive plate, among other affordable snacks.
One of the most popular branches of Yorma's sandwich shop and delicatessen, the eatery offers customers a choice of quick on-the-go options like bratwursts, pretzels, pastries, sandwiches and more. Yorma's is perfect for a quick breakfast or lunch on your way to work, or just as a break from the sightseeing. Brilliantly located at the main train station, it is perfect for busy commuters and tourists alike. You can even pick up some groceries or a can of beer on your way out, from the useful little grocery section. This is German Fast-food at it's best.