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This most famous pub draws people from all over the globe, even at nine in the morning! Its unique charm comes from the Bavarian music and the handful of regulars who gather at the bar. Beer and schmankerl (roast pork with trimmings) complete the setup. In the summertime, locals head towards its wonderful courtyard, while the Festsaal room hosts a Bavarian evening with music every night, which costs a few Euros for admission. Main meals and a tankard of beer are perfect for a group of friends. Established in the 16th Century, this has become a local landmark. Your trip to Munich will be incomplete without a visit to Hofbräuhaus.
Capturing the quintessential essence of Bavarian culinary and social culture, the Max Emmanuel Brauerei is one of the most vibrant places to savor good food and beer. A blend of modern and traditional, the interiors are cozy with its lounge seating and wooden bar, yet flamboyant with the striking orange panels. Offering an extensive food menu, the restaurant serves authentic German cuisine from Schnitzels to steaks. The rustic beer garden of the restaurant is one of the major features and also an ideal spot to relish freshly brewed beer in a wide variety. You can also try wines and other fine spirits on the drinks menu. The restaurant also plays host to live music and dance performances. Experience the convivial German social scene at this buzzing restaurant.
A heritage spot dating back to 1883, Löwenbräukeller is a landmark which functions as a beer garden and restaurant. It is an idyllic venue for casual dining and an event venue reserved for special occasions, festivals and live football match screenings. The old building retains its earlier charm but has undergone renovations to accommodate even more guests. Traditional Bavarian dishes are served in the restaurant along with classic drinks like Radler, Russ and Apple Spritzer.
The Paulaner Am Nockherberg is named after the Paulaner Monks who used to brew stout ("liquid bread") to make up for their lack of proper nutrition that their rules dictated. Today, that tradition is alive with this popular beer garden and pub that still serves the original recipe! The beer has become so popular, a beer festival was created and has grown to become synonymous with Oktoberfest and Fasching. Paulaner also features various rooms and parlors which can be used to host any event. Don't be afraid to bring your kids along either!
Augustinerkeller is one of the most frequented traditional beer gardens and Bavarian restaurants in the city center serving big glasses of exquisite beer and authentic traditional culinary delights. The restaurant boasts of a cozy and old-school European decor, ideal for enjoying a sumptuous meal. The beer served in the sun-bleached beer garden is reputed to be one of the best in Munich. Students, business people, locals and tourists alike find this heritage place incomparable.
Not very far from Leopold street, Kaisergarten is a great place to soak up Bavarian culture. While the indoor dining space is a cozy spot to relax and unwind, the leafy garden area, dappled in sun, invites revelers to taste authentic Bavarian food and chug on regional beer. The Wiener Schnitzel and the Kaiserschmarrn (Austrian dessert) are surely to be tried. A sublime ambiance, jolly staff, gorgeous Bavarian food and a reasonably priced menu, are all what make this eatery a desirable dining spot.
Housed in a former inn from the mid-1980s, Wirtshaus zur Brez'n is an ideal place to drown down beers while feasting on food. A must try here are the pretzels, which are a specialty of this place. The menu also features tantalizing dishes like roast pork, salad, roast beef, cheese, vegetable preparations at reasonable prices. Comprising of two bars, one on the ground floor and the other one on the top floor, as well as a basement dining room and a terrace garden, this huge place offers guests many options to dine in. The long operational hours, good food and lively ambiance, makes this a perfect space for late-night enjoyment. Check the website for more.
The Inselkammer family has been producing a very drinkable and much-loved beer in the traditional Aying Brewery since 1878. The menu features typical Bavarian fare (including a type of bread soup) as well as a good variety of regional cuisine with international flair. There is a beer garden with seating for 200. This is definitely a must-visit for the beer lovers'. Check out the website for more information.