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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.
An off-shoot of the hugely popular Schumann's Camparino, this bar / cafe is right in the middle of Munich's newest luxury shopping area, the Fünf Höfe. The pared down, old feel to the premises creates a relaxing, laid-back atmosphere, completed by impeccable, unobtrusive service. The beer and cocktail selection are exemplary, as always and the clientele are truly a mixed bag; there is some great people-watching to be had. They also have a small food menu for the people feeling famished.
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.
The easily accessible Kilians Irish Pub, a stone's throw away from Marienplatz City Center, strives to bring a bit of Ireland into the German city of Munich. The pub, open daily, usually has performances by Irish bands during the week, with the weekend being reserved for different genres. The attempt to introduce Ireland to the world is not restricted to the music and the food but extends to traditional Irish Ceili dancing, which is held on the first Monday of every month. Patrons can also enjoy watching major sporting events on their many televisions, of which three are on the terrace and one in the back garden.
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.
Most of the dishes served at Kleiner Ochs'nbrater are made from locally sourced organic produce. You can relish succulent Lumberjack steak, delicious sauerkraut and juicy slices of flavorful meatloaf at this restaurant. Pick from their range of tap as well as bottled beers and settle yourself on their outside patio to enjoy the fantastic view of the Viktualienmarkt. A great place for a fun outing with family or friends.