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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.
If you're looking for a good time over chilled beer and local food then come down to Paulaner im Tal. Sit inside the cozy restaurant or cool off in the lovely beer garden. The menu specialty is the krustenbraten (roasted pork), and the experience is only complete when you try the wiener schnitzel and pair your food with a mug of local brew. Atmosphere is lively and the staff serves everything with a smile.
Serving up a selection of Bavarian classics and modern twists on old favorites, Tegernseer Tal Bräuhaus focuses in on providing it's customers with the very best produce and ingredients. Enjoy a variety of dishes from popular meat dishes like Wiener Schnitzel and Bratwurst to fresh fish dishes, local cheese platters and more, all washed down with a pint of one of Tegernseer's authentic brews. With a special children's menu, the kids won't get bored either.
With an atmosphere of old pre-revolutionary Cuba, Havanna Club is one of the few established cocktail bars in the city center, attracting the youth of the city. Established in 1985, its wonderful bar, brick walls and healthy-looking plants provide the backdrop for a lively crowd. Their collection of rum and wines from around the globe are equally popular. This place is particularly good for an early evening drink.