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Cohibar City is a disarmingly simple bar but its potent selection of drinks and friendly crowd more than compensate for the lack of frills. Located in the heart of the city, this bar is attracts locals and travelers alike. The clientele is mostly youngsters who come here to groove to the tunes of talented DJs while chilled beers and well-crafted cocktails. A perfect spot to bring your gang for a weekend party or for mingling with newer faces, Cohibar City is the one of the most popular nightlife spots of the city.
A sumptuous Italian meal awaits you at Vino Caffé, where al dente pasta mingles with beautiful and fresh sea produce. A variety of traditional sauces combine the different elements and create delectable dishes that can be enjoyed with wine selected from their vast list. Lavished with cheese, tomato, and olives, this affordable traditional Italian fare can be enjoyed either inside in the intimate ambiance or on the seating outside.
A real Munich institution, situated in the former Royal Guardhouse and especially popular with theater-goers, Pfälzer Residenz Weinstube fills up after the theater crowd leaves the playhouses. Try specialties such as the excellent stuffed pork; it comes highly recommended. The wine-tasting bar was opened in 1950 by the Landesverband der Pfälzer in Bayern (a regional Bavarian-Palatinate association) to provide a culinary reminder of the ties between the Palatinate and Bavaria.
Boasting of a convivial atmosphere and a rich history that dates back to the 19th Century, the Schneider Brauhaus is a quintessentially German eatery. Offering freshly brewed beers and serving delectable Bavarian cuisine, this is one of the most frequented and favorite haunts for all ages in Altstadt. The wrought-iron lanterns and rustic wooden panels add a touch of traditional elegance to this place. A wide range of wheat, fermented and flavored beers and wines are a part of the unmissable drinks menu. The food menu runs the whole gamut of traditional Bavarian specialties from salads, meatballs, stews, and steaks. Brunch specials like Munich sausages and staples like scrambled eggs are also served here. Take your kids along for a hearty meal or enjoy tasty beers with your friends at this historic restaurant and pub.
Housed in the basement of the gothic Town Hall building in the heart of Munich, Ratskeller is a good place to stop by for a sumptuous lunch or a leisurely romantic dinner. The menu is solely inspired by traditional Bavarian cuisine, so you can sample some really great local dishes which are interspersed on the lengthy menu. If you're a first-timer then go for the Ratskeller Potatosoup, Nuremberg Style Bratwurst, Scweinebraten, Entenbraten or Beef Goulasch. Pair the food with German beer and wine, and round it off with a helping of something sweet. The cellar's arched ceilings and woodwork add to the charming ambiance as do the sounds of soft Bavarian melodies.
Nestled in one end of Munich's town hall, is this lively wine bar, Fränkisch-Badische Weinstube. A highlight of their extensive collection is the wines sourced from the Franconia region of Germany. They also serve delicious food to complement the wines. Dining at Fränkisch-Badische Weinstube is not merely eating your food and drinking the wine, but a joyous occasion, which is why they have musicians filling this place with their vibrant music every evening.