The Löwenbräukeller

"A Munich public house as it should be" – and that's what it is, the Löwenbräukeller at Stiglmaierplatz: excellent Bavarian cuisine, the famous freshly tapped Löwenbräu beer, perfect service even at big events and the typically cosy Bavarian ambience.

Löwenbräukeller am Stiglmaierplatz

For decades that has made the Löwenbräukeller popular with local regulars and tourists alike and a place that is traditionally booked for all kinds of events. Even at the festive opening in 1883, there was a lot going on at the Löwenbräukeller: "Exceptionally large crowds from the general public" packed into the building and four regimental bands played, it says in the commemorative records at the time.

Löwenbräukeller

Nowadays, too, the Löwenbräukeller is the setting for a very wide variety of events. Throughout the whole year company celebrations, exhibitions and balls take place. They range from the Filser Ball to the traditional stone lifting competition in the strong beer season, in which brave men try out their luck with a stone weighing 508 pounds.

The venue for these events is quite often the magnificent banqueting hall, with seating accommodation for 2000 guests. Those who like something more intimate move into one of the small halls and guestrooms, for example into the Benno Hall, the Filser Lounge or the tap room.

The Löwenbräukeller beer garden, an oasis in the heart of Munich

For over 130 years, the beer garden of the Löwenbräukeller has been one of the most popular in the city. No wonder, since the old chestnut trees offer a lot of shade even during the hottest of summers to relish a cold, fresh pint of Löwenbräu. Or would you prefer a Radler (beer mixed with lemon flavoured soda) or an Apfelschorle (apple juice mixed with sparkling water)? Independent of numerous sun terraces and the pub garden, our beer garden is a “real traditional” beer garden, which means that bringing along your own meal is expressly permitted according to a decree from 1812. Nonetheless, in the beer garden also numerous delicacies are offered to the guests. You will find tasty spare ribs as well as slowly smoked steaks and burgers at our large smoker and BBQ station. Or try one of our homemade Flammkuchen (traditional pizzas). Of course, hotly desired classics, such as homemade Obatzda (a Bavarian cheese delicacy), Hendl (a crispy roasted chicken) and other beer garden delicacies are available as well.

 

Contact

Löwenbräukeller am Stiglmaierplatz
Nymphenburger Straße 2
80335 Munich

Phone: 0049/89/526021
Website Löwenbräukeller

For further information contact by email

Opening hours
daily 10 am to midnight

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