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Hang out with friends in these first class Munich beergardens


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Augustiner Keller

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Augustiner Keller

Augustiner Keller

A visit to Augustiner Keller is a must for anyone wanting to enjoy Bavarian hospitality in an excellent beer garden, under the classic chestnut trees. Although located in the middle of the city, the visitor will feel as though he has been carried far away, as he enjoys his "maß" of traditional Augustiner beer, his bavarian snacks, and the excellent service. One thing is for sure: Nobody is lonely here!

Specials

  • Seats 5000

Contact

Phone: 089 594 393
Website: www.augustinerkeller.de


Augustiner Schützengarten

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Augustiner Schützengarten

Augustiner Schützengarten

The Augustiner Schützengarten brings some Bavarian flair to Zielstattstraße. This Sendling institution can look back on a long and lively history. Its unique atmosphere and diverse offerings are what set it apart from the rest. The private driveway, the castle-like building, and the spacious beer garden with its playground, green open spaces, and old chestnut trees, are as impressive as they are typically Bavarian. Guests can choose from a wide range of foods and enjoy Augustiner draught beer from a traditional wooden keg. Beer aficionados will be happy to hear that Schützengarten prides itself on offering the most affordable "Maß" in Munich.

Specials

  • Seats 2500

Contact

Phone: 089 724 680 88
Website: www.augustiner-schuetzengarten.de


Aumeister

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Aumeister

Aumeister

Prince regent Luitpold invites you to a summery beer garden season on the edge of the English Garden. The bright yellow hunting lodge built in 1810 is open from December to October. In the beer garden itself, which seems slightly more elegant than usual, due to the use of garden chairs instead of the usual wooden benches, one can eat good, substantial Bavarian food. After a long bike ride or other athletic activities, visitors are thankful for a hearty snack. Everything the Hofbräu brewery has to offer is available to drink. Younger guests are also catered to: A playground with a jungle gym, swings, see-saw, and a carrousel makes parents and children happy.

Specials

  • Playground
  • Seats 2500

Contact

Phone: 089 189 314 20
Website: www.aumeister.de


Biergarten am Chinesischen Turm

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Biergarten am Chinesischen Turm

Biergarten am Chinesischen Turm

This popular beer garden is located in the middle of the English Garden, around the impressive wooden tower. A multi-cultural crowd can be found enjoying their beer and snacks under the traditional chestnut trees. The self-service kiosks offer typical Bavarian delicacies from Obazdn to Steckerlfisch. Bavarian brass band music provides for the right mood on weekends. For younger visitors, there is a play area with the oldest wooden carrousel in Bavaria.

Specials

  • Play area
  • Live music
  • Various events (Christmas market / Kocherlball etc.)
  • Approx. 7000 seats

Contact

Phone: 089 383 87 30
Website: www.chinesischer-turm.de


Forsthaus Kasten

Forsthaus Kasten

This restaurant and beer garden is located in the middle of a homey clearing. Bavarian delicacies, homemade bread, and a large animal pen are enjoyed by old and young alike. Whether you come here on foot, by bike, on a horse, or in a car this idyllic "forester's lodge" is definitely worth a visit.

Specials

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Child friendly
  • Nice daytrip
  • Live music (not daily)
  • Homemade bread for sale
  • Various events
  • Seats 1800

Contact

Phone: 089 850 03 60
Website: www.forstkasten.de


Harlachinger Einkehr

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Harlachinger Einkehr

Harlachinger Einkehr

Pleasant beer garden on the "Isarhochufer" (banks of the river Isar). Unfortunately, there are only few selfservice tables, but once the band starts playing, no one remains seated anyway. Another highlight is the house barbecue, on which anyone can prepare their food, whether they brought it from home or bought it on site, to their own taste.

Specials

  • Live music
  • Playground
  • Grill for guests
  • Seats 500

Contact

Phone: 089 642 090 93
Website: www.harlachinger-einkehr.de


Hirschau

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Hirschau

Hirschau

The name Hirschau includes a restaurant with live music and dancing, a traditional beer garden, and a signposted exit from the Mittlerer Ring. Even though some say that this venue is only a second choice to the Seehaus, the opposite might actually be the case. In addition to numerous tennis courts and an ideal ground for inline-skating, this beer garden offers the full spectrum of Bavarian food, lots of sun -when the weather gods play along- and rural peace and quiet. While the grown ups enjoy a Löwenbräu beer, the younger guests can explore Hirschau's adventure playground.

Specials

  • Seats 1400

Contact

Phone: 089 312 05 50
Website: www.hirschau-muenchen.de


Hirschgarten

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Hirschgarten

Hirschgarten

Young and old meet here, under the large chestnut trees of Bavaria's largest beer garden. The delicious Bavarian food and the cold Augustiner beer are also an attraction. The important thing is that the visitor comes to the bar armed with a beer mug, as they are located on a shelf nearby, which the barman cannot reach. For younger guests there is a water playground and a carrousel, table tennis, and lots of nature to explore. Where does the name Hirschgarten (deer park) come from? A look in the fenced off areas will give you an idea.

Specials

  • Seats 8000

Contact

Phone: 089 179 991 19
Website: www.hirschgarten.de


Hofbräuhaus

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Hofbräuhaus

Hofbräuhaus

Within these historic walls, built in 1589, is a hidden gem right in the heart of the city. It is not just a tourist attraction, the locals also like to visit this idyllic spot to enjoy good bavarain food and to make the wait for the next "Wiesn" (Oktoberfest) seem shorter.

Contact

Phone: 089 221 676
Website: www.hofbraeuhaus.de/


Hofbräukeller

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Hofbräukeller

Hofbräukeller

This traditional Munich beer garden with flair is located right in the center of "Party-Haidhausen". The beautiful outdoor area is especially enticing in the summer, offering the visitor traditional Bavarian hospitality with music and high spirits. In addition to the traditional beer garden fare, there is also a trendy cocktail bar.

Specials

  • Seats 2000

Contact

Phone: 089 459 92 50
Website: www.hofbraeukeller.de


Inselmühle

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Inselmühle

Inselmühle

This idyllic beer garden with the small Würm-barrier lake is truly picturesque. At the entrance, the visitor is greeted by the Würmrad, before the overgrown jewel of a beer garden, under the branches of trees filled with birds, reveals itself. However, the beautiful surroundings are reflected in the prices.

Specials

  • Nice daytrip
  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Romantic
  • Worth a visit
  • Seats 800

Contact

Phone: 089 810 10
Website: www.inselmuehle-muenchen.com/index.php/de/biergarten


Klosterbrauerei Andechs

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Kloster Andechs

Klosterbrauerei Andechs

The monks in Andechs have been brewing their own beer for over 500 years, more specifically since 1455. The traditional place of pilgrimage, located on the "holy mountain" on the eastern shore of Ammersee, is a popular destination for tourists. The Andechser dark beer and the so-called "Doppelbock" are legendary. Those who would like to try the "Animator", or "Salvator", the holy beers that used to help the monks through fasting, should visit during the week, as they are not served on weekends - the steep descent is best managed sober.

Specials

  • Seats 2500

Contact

Phone: 081 529 30 90
Website: www.klostergasthof.de


Leiberheim

Leiberheim

The Leiberheim, originally a nickname for the soldiers of the Leib-infantry-regiment, was established almost 100 years ago. After a change in management a few years ago, the run-down beer garden was completely renovated. Now visitors sit at wooden tables, walk on the traditional "beer garden-gravel", and enjoy Bavarian food in abundance. For younger guests, the toy giant "Obletter" has created an adventure-playground, that may even entice parents to have a go.

Specials

  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Playground
  • Seats 2500

Contact

Phone: 089 430 00 00
Website: www.leiberheim.de


Löwenbräukeller

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Löwenbräu

Löwenbräukeller

The Löwenbräu tower, which can be seen even from a distance, is almost a Munich landmark. The restaurant, with its good home-style cooking and cozy beer garden, has been in existence since 1882. Of course, only Löwenbräu beer is served here.

Specials

  • Various events
  • Close to U-Bahn
  • Seats 1300

Contact

Phone: 089 547 266 90
Website: www.loewenbraeukeller.com


Menterschwaige

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Gutshof Menterschwaige

Menterschwaige

The royal Bavarian Gutshof-beer garden is located on the picturesque banks of the river Isar. Long footpaths and bike paths lift the spirits and produce thirst for a cool "Maß" of Löwenbräu beer. In this unspoiled environment, visitors can indulge in culinary delights - both indoors and outdoors. However, the high prices, suited to the luxurious surroundings, and the unsatisfactory condition of the outside toilets invite criticism.

Specials

  • Nice daytrip
  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Worth a visit
  • Family friendly
  • Seats 2200

Contact

Phone: 089 640 732
Website: www.menterschwaige.de


Michaeligarten

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Biergarten Michaeligarten

Michaeligarten

A peaceful spot on the Ostpark-lake. A wide choice of Bavarian and international foods is available to eat. A large playground is available for younger guests and the Michaelibad offers a "legal" bathing area.

Specials

  • Nice daytrip
  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Family friendly
  • Lots of parking spaces
  • Seats 3300

Contact

Phone: 089 435 524 24
Website: www.michaeligarten.de


Paulaner am Nockherberg

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Paulaner am Nockherberg

Paulaner am Nockherberg

Also known as "Salvatorkeller", this establishment has often made the headlines. The traditional "Starkbieranstich" at the end of Fasching (carnival time), with its annual political "dablecka", which basically means "to make a fool of", has historical character. Unfortunately, the gorgeous Paulanerkeller burnt down in 1999. Luckily, the beer garden with its old chestnut trees was spared from this inferno and continues to be operated.

Specials

  • Seats 3500

Contact

Phone: 089 459 91 30
Website: www.nockherberg.com


Seehaus

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Seehaus

Seehaus

An "in-crowd" beer garden in the English Garden on Kleinhesseloher Lake. People come here to see and be seen. The Seehaus is probably the only beer garden in Munich that gets guests even when the temperature is below zero. Parking spaces are hard to find in the summer months, but a bike ride through Munichs largest park - the English Garden - is a good solution.

Specials

  • Seats 2600

Contact

Phone: 089 381 61 30
Website: www.kuffler-gastronomie.de/de/muenchen/seehaus/index.php


St. Emmeramsmühle

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St. Emmeransmühle Restaurant & Biergarten

St. Emmeramsmühle

Beautiful, classic beer garden surrounded by old, partly historic walls. The elegant atmosphere of the waiter-service area is missing in the self-service area. The traditional bavarian beer garden food is served using meat from enviromentally friendly farms, and the surroundings are truly picturesque.

Specials

  • Nice daytrip
  • Worth a visit
  • Family friendly
  • Seats 3500

Contact

Phone: 089 953 971
Website: www.emmeramsmuehle.de


Taxisgarten

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Taxisgarten

Taxisgarten

A beautiful, shady beer garden in the west of Munich. In addition to the usual Bavarian specialities, there are also various salads, potato skins, country potatoes with avocado-cream, and much more. The legendary green Obatzde (Bavarian cheese spread) is treated as a special delicacy. The lager comes from the Spaten brewery, the wheat beer from Franziskaner, but you need to bring the thirst yourself!

Specials

  • Seats 1500

Contact

Phone: 089 156 827
Website: www.taxisgarten.de/


Waldheim

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Waldheim

Waldheim

Waldheim, on the southern edge of Munich, appears to be a small hidden gem - even though the beer garden is anything but small. Bavarian and "exotic" Asian food can be bought at the numerous stands. An ideal place for the whole family to enjoy their leisure time. Twice a month, Waldheim hosts themed events. Live bands and other artists also perform.

Specials

  • Seats 3000

Contact

Phone: 089 716 065
Website: www.waldheim.de


Waldwirtschaft Großhesselohe

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Die Waldwirtschaft

Waldwirtschaft Großhesselohe

A traditional beer garden on the banks of the river Isar. The "WaWi", as it is known, has been the talk of the town since 1995, when the legendary beer garden revolution began here. Guests can enjoy their Spaten beer in typical Bavarian fashion, under numerous old chestnut trees. Of course, hearty Bavarian meals are also available, however, they do not come cheap. There is a jazz band performing every day and famous guests are not an uncommon sight at the bar with its wooden chairs and tables. This is especially true on Sundays during the cozy jazz & beer brunch. The latest novelty is a portable laptop, offering the business people among the guests "vital information" of one kind or another.

Specials

  • Seats 2000

Contact

Phone: 089 749 940 30
Website: www.waldwirtschaft.de