Since 1812 Luitpoldblock has been the hub of sophisticated living. It was the first commercial building outside the city walls to act as center for trade and crafts. In 1888, the legendary Cafe Luitpold with 20 festive halls was incorporated, achieving world-renown as palace cafe.
A Munich sense of life with an unusual brand mix
In Luitpoldblock, countless exclusive boutiques are waiting to welcome you. Spoil yourself with an unforgettable shopping experience where you can stroll around at your leisure in even the worst of weather. Located in the magnificent Brienner Quartier, Luitpoldblock is the firstchoice destination for top-class shops, featuring the beloved Cafe Luitpold as a gastronomical highlight, as well as stylish offices and practices. A historical structure with modern architecture, an exotic palm garden and unique shopping passages give it its international flair. Luitpoldblock shops
Cafe Luitpold – also a Popular Place to Meet in the Evening
Cafe Luitpold is an additional attraction for the Brienner quarter: an urban coffee house with charm, style and a metropolitan atmosphere. Since its redecoration Cafe Luitpold has presented a new face. Bright, smooth colors are distinctive for the stylish ambiance, where delicious coffee specialties as well as the famous Luitpold confectionary and cherry chocolates are served. The chef Alexander Seethaler surprises his guests with traditional meals and fancy dishes at the restaurant and in the light-flooded palm tree garden – ideal for a light business lunch or a sophisticated dinner. A variety of menus, cordial service and an eye for special details are typical for this fine restaurant.
The Museum – Dreaming of the Good Old Days
In the Cafe Luitpold collection the splendid days of the European coffee house culture are brought back to life. What is probably Munich’s smallest museum with a high experience value offers its visitors an amusing glance at the history of the legendary coffee castle from its opening on January 1, 1888 to the end of World War II. With its 20 splendid festive halls, the palace cafe attracted guests from all over the world until December 1944. Historical documents and passed-down stories surround the blaze of glory of the grand coffee house era with boulevard cafe, world-renowned musicians and “the Dance on the Volcano”. It is all about the legendary Hollywood feeling at the Luitpold movie theater and the rich sensual world of an exceptional coffee house culture combined with a link to our modern times: Every morning the museum opens a window to the bakery; in the afternoon short films about Luitpold layered cakes, etc. are shown here. The entrance to the museum is located in the palm tree garden of Cafe Luitpold.
Brienner Straße 11
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Opening hours Cafe Luitpold/Palm Tree Garden
Mon: 8am - 7pm
Tue-Sat: 8am – 11pm
Sun: 9am – 7pm
Opening Hours Cafe Luitpold Collection
Daily: 9am – 7pm, free admission
Groups of five persons and more (company events, private festivities, children, school classes…) may register by phone at +49(0)89/21268532 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.