The Löwenbräukeller

Löwenbräukeller, Foto: Löwenbräukeller
Foto: Löwenbräukeller

The Löwenbräukeller at Stiglmaierplatz is an event and catering spot in Munich. It also serves as a pub for those who want a place to relax. You also get excellent Bavarian cuisine, the famous freshly brewed Löwenbräu beer, good customer service and the cosy Bavarian ambience. The area also holds a lot of history for natives.

Löwenbräukeller am Stiglmaierplatz

For decades,  the Löwenbräukeller  has become popular with locals and tourists alike, as a place traditionally booked for all kinds of events. Right from when the center was opened in 1883, there has been a lof celebrations going on at the Löwenbräukeller. The building was usually filled to the brim with people who are into Bavarian and even contemporary music, as four regimental bands played.

These days, the Löwenbräukeller has the same feel but with a much wider variety of events. On a good day, you can find companies holding celebrations, artist exhibitions or different parties taking place. Ever heard of the Filser Ball? Or the traditional stone lifting competition where brave men try carrying a stone weighing 508 pounds? This is where you come across them and even more.

The venue for these events is usually at the magnificent banqueting hall, which seats at least 2000 guests. Those who like something smaller or more private can move into one of the small halls and guestrooms. For example, the Benno Hall, the Filser Lounge or the tap room accommodates a small number of people.

The Löwenbräukeller beer garden

For over 130 years, the beer garden of the Löwenbräukeller has been one of the most popular in the city. With the old chestnut trees offering a lot of shade during hot summers, you can call it an oasis in the heart of Munich. Do you want to quench your thirst with a glass of freshly brewed Löwenbräu, a Radler (beer mixed with lemon-flavored soda) or an apple spritzer? This is the ideal place to be at. The beer garden is a really traditional beer garden and allows you bring in your own meal - according to a decree from 1812.

However, the beer garden also offers numerous delicacies to the guests. You will find tasty ribs, smoked steaks and burgers at the large barbecue stand. There is also the homemade Flammkuchen (traditional pizzas), Obatzda (a Bavarian cheese delicacy), Hendl (a crispy roasted chicken) and other amazing delicacies you have been longing for.



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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