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.
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 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.
Named after the Rosenheimer street, the Rose coffeehouse is a lovely place to relish a delicious breakfast or even a late dinner. The vibe is convivial and the interiors are cozy with pink tinted walls and warm glow of the yellow bulbs. Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Rosi cafe has it all. Whether you want to sip on a hot cappuccino after a breakfast of eggs and bacon or you wish to have a draft beer after work in the evening, the menu of the restaurant is extensive. Ideal for weekend brunches, table reservations are recommended.
Popular with the elite class of the category, Trader Vic's has been a firm favorite for decades. Situated in the basement of the luxurious Hotel Bayerischer Hof, the restaurant boasts wicker tables and chairs, colorfully dressed waiters and a fine choice of Polynesian food. The spare ribs and charcoal-grilled dishes are highly recommended. The ambience is classy and lively, perfect for a special occasion, celebration or a quiet meal with loved ones.
Hotel Excelsior takes pride in its eatery, Geisel's Vinothek, that serves delectable cuisine and 700 bottled wines. The menu features alluring preparations from Bavarian and Italian cuisine. Guests can choose from their extensive wine collection to complement their meal. The vegetables and meat are sourced from local producers to ensure freshness and best quality ingredients. This restaurant features a regularly changing menu, to highlight the best ingredients available.
Decorated with huge lamps and old-school tables and chairs, the Spezlwirtschaft located in one of Munich's oldest buildings has a rustic, casual feel to it. Perfect for a late dinner with friends, or after dinner drinks, Spezlwirtschaft serves up a delicious selection of traditional Bavarian food as well as Burgers and other popular bar food, and boasts of having the best Schnitzel in town. Try their selection of Bavarian Dips and starters along with a great selection of local beer.
Located within the swanky Hotel Opera Munchen, Lehel – Bar*Food*Club is a versatile establishment offering up a variety of experiences from a stylish cafe perfect from a business lunch to an after hours club featuring the hottest DJ's. Lehel – Bar*Food*Club offers up a sumptuous selection of meals from Steak Tartar to a delicate Consomme perfect for a light lunch, to hand-crafted cocktails and an extensive wine list. For information on events, or booking a private venue look up their website, or give them a call.
In the heart of Munich, lies one of the most popular bars of the city, Bar Comercial. Housing an exquisite collection of red and white wines: Sauvignon, Bourdeux, Chardonnay, Montresor, Toscana and much more makes this a favorite of wine lovers. Moreover, they also have a list of cocktails, brandy, cognac, whiskey, brandy, vodka and scotch. Non-alcoholic fans can sip on coffees, espresso, cappuccino, latte, tea and fruit juices. A range of pizzas are available to accompany your drink.
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.