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A bar dedicated to honoring the dubious legacy of the Irish-Australian bushranger by the same name, Ned Kelly's offers you the kind of drinking experience you would get Down Under. This is the place to settle down to watch rugby with a Victoria Bitter in hand, all the while munching on typically Australian dishes like the Kangaroo steak, Lamb stew and Bread and Butter pudding. Karaoke Thursdays are especially entertaining; the sight of patrons going up on stage to sing their favorite songs is a treat to watch. If you're in the mood for some real live music, you should consider popping into Kilians Irish Pub next door.
Klenze 17 in the Gärtnerplatz quarter, not far from the city centre, has been popular with students for over a decade. A small room with a bar and an even smaller back room decorated in hip colors, this place is just right if you like closed spaces and loud techno music, are energetic and don't care about daft modern fashions. The food is simple and cheap, but good and generously portioned, and best washed down with a few Augustiner beers.
Stadion an der Schleissheimerstrasse is a sports bar with a stadium like atmosphere that features original Munich stadium seats and has walls plastered with fan scarfs and shirts, making it possibly one of the best soccer bars in Munich. That Germans are football fans is no secret and if you are one of them, then you will surely enjoy this electrifying ambiance. All the international matches are shown here and you will find a lively young crowd rooting their clubs heartily. The food is standard sports bar staple and highly recommended is the jumbo-Schnitzel which is a Sunday treat. There are quiz and theme nights as well for further entertainment. Check out this bar if you are a football lover or want to get a pulse of the mania.
Beach38º is a true sports bar in every sense of the word, as the name suggests this bar brings a beach inside a bar. As you enter here, you will see stretches of sand and wooden planks strewn across giving you the feel of a beach. It is recommended you wear beach sandals as walking in your shoes or stilettos will be little tricky here. It also has spacious volleyball courts that can be booked in advance for groups. That's not it, after a tiring game, refreshing cocktails, chilled beer and tasty food will rejuvenate you completely. Beach38º can be rented for private events and parties; given the outdoorsy nature of this place combined with the indoor comforts it offers, you can also host team-building and similar events here.
If you're looking for an all-American sports bar experience in Munich then come down to Champions at the Munich Marriott. Beer classics, pub grub and flatscreens, they have it all. And you don't have to be an American to fit in, the atmosphere is naturally convivial and all the sports banter will surely have you rooting and bonding in no time. Service is quick and prices are grounded; so go ahead make the most.