Party Earth Review Known as the world’s oldest brewery, the Weihenstephan brewery has long been revered as a giant among German beer makers – and fortunately for Berliners, the brewery’s Weihenstephaner restaurant and beer hall transports... ... read full review
Neue Promenade 5
S: Hackescher Markt
Mitte, Berlin –
Known as the world’s oldest brewery, the Weihenstephan brewery has long been revered as a giant among German beer makers – and fortunately for Berliners, the brewery’s Weihenstephaner restaurant and beer hall transports this famous taste of Bavaria right to the center of the city.
Located on Hackescher Markt, this charming venue specializes in all things Bavarian, from the weiss wurst (white sausage) and schnitzel on the menu to the expansive outdoor beer garden.
Although the interior, which is decked out in a dark wood and cream décor and photos of the brewery’s early days, is quite pleasant and comfortable, most patrons prefer to settle in at the shady tables outside. From that vantage point, customers can observe the busy Hackescher Markt plaza as they sip their liters of top-notch beers.
The bar’s central location draws many tourists, but there are still plenty of locals who stop in for the taste of Bavaria that can be surprisingly difficult to find in Berlin.
Groups, families, and tourists of all ages.
Extensive menu of traditional Bavarian dishes.
Appetizers €4.50–€6.50, small plates €4.50–€11, entrées €12–€18. Beer €3–€8, wine €4–€8, mixed drinks €6.50.
For more café with less sauerkraut, AM to PM (Am Zwirngraben 2) is just down the street, open 24/7, and has everything from sandwiches to pizza to breakfast.