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Glockenspiel is frequented by the young and trendy. Its rooftop terrace is main reason for it's surge in popularity, its tasteful interior however is equally appealing to patrons on colder days. With a view over Marienplatz from the fifth floor you will truly relish your food. This is one of the best vantage points to enjoy the Town Hall tower's carillon performance.
For over a 100 years Nürnberger Bratwurst Glöckl am Dom has been serving up great beer and Bavarian fare. This beer garten, populated by locals is a Munich Institution. Perfectly located a few minutes walk from the Munich Frauenkirche, it is a must-visit, especially for their famous Bratwurst. Nürnberger Bratwurst Glöckl am Dom is the ideal place to absorb a part of Bavarian culture, in the setting of a traditional beer garten. You can even pick up a couple of souvenirs for your friends back home.
Although many people don't know it, Nuremberg's grilled sausages also feature in Bavarian cuisine. This atmospheric restaurant with old vaulted rooms (renovated in 1994), prepares the Franconian sausages in a traditional manner. The sausages are grilled on an open wooded fire and are served accompanied by cabbage and fresh horseradish. No doubts that the beer here is excellent, and is freshly poured into your glass from a wooden barrel on-site! Other Bavarian specialties here include freshly baked pretzels and Franconian wines. Hot meals are available until 9.30p.
Barista is a pleasant and popular restaurant and bar, located in Munich's Fünf Höfe shopping center. This is one of the best places in the city to enjoy well-crafted cocktails. Created by master bartenders, their concoctions are a treat for the eye as well as the palate. Barista also has an impressive food menu to take of your appetite; from bar eats to to a hearty meal, the place covers them all. The setting is inviting and perfect for those who wish to unwind after a long shopping haul.
Augustiner am Dom is a popular tourist haunt that serves generous servings of traditional Bavarian fare with fresh frothy beer. Delicious classics like the Bavarian loaf and roasted pork beckon are great choices for food lovers. The inner courtyard houses a Beer Garden, where one could enjoy freshly brewed beers. Set right next to the Frauenkirche, it is easy to locate.
The sturdy vaults of the Palais Keller were originally used to store salt, and they date back to 1425. Today, the Palais is a favored destination when one visits the Hotel Bayerischer Hof in Munich. Get a real taste of Bavaria with their famed beers right from the keg, and order some pretzels to go alongside. They also offer a variety of Bavarian specials from the court bakery, along with some national and regional favorites and specialties.