Seehaus im Englischer Garten

Beer Garden / Drinking Activity / Restaurant
Seehaus im Englischer Garten Ideally situated on the edge of a small lake in the Englischer Garten, Seehaus is a traditional beer garden with one of the loveliest settings in town. Munich Germany 48.16127 11.59805
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Seehaus im Englischer Garten - Beer Garden | Drinking Activity | Restaurant in Munich.
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Party Earth Review Ideally situated on the edge of a small lake in the Englischer Garten, Seehaus is a traditional beer garden with one of the loveliest settings in town. Its serene location and more intimate size attracts a posher crowd... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    Daily 9am–midnight

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Seehaus im Englischer Garten Review

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Ideally situated on the edge of a small lake in the Englischer Garten, Seehaus is a traditional beer garden with one of the loveliest settings in town.

Ideally situated on the edge of a small lake in the Englischer Garten, Seehaus is a traditional beer garden with one of the loveliest settings in town.

Its serene location and more intimate size attracts a posher crowd than many of the city’s beer gardens, making it perfect for a peaceful afternoon or evening of good company and conversation.

In the summer, stylish young professionals, students, and families flock to Seehaus to enjoy a cold beer, savor some traditional Bavarian delicacies from the full service restaurant inside or the self-serve area outside, or just to lounge and soak up the sun.

For a more refined beer garden experience – complete with a beautiful sunset over the lake – Seehaus definitely delivers.

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Tip from Emma:

To be assured of getting a table, it’s best to arrive in the early afternoon, especially on the weekends. If you’ve had your fill of beer, this place also has a unique wine bar and offers a fantastic selection of wines.

  • Crowd

    Upscale set of chic young professionals, 20s and 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Ambient Bavarian music.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Bar food includes sausages, pork, spare ribs, French crêpes, and typical beer garden dishes. A pricier restaurant with a larger menu is located within the beer garden.

  • Prices

    Bar: menu €3–€16. Restaurant: soups €5.50, entrées €18–€22. Beer €2.50–€6.90.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual, or traditional Bavarian dress.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Any nice day or evening. Particularly busy on the weekends.

  • Close By

    The Chinese Tower beer garden is also located in the Englischer Garten.

Seehaus im Englischer Garten User Reviews

Average rating:
Perfect to spend a sunny afternoon with some friends or even family.
Luiz Felipe C. Oct 13, 2013
If you are looking for some traditional German, Bavarian beer, in a typical Bavarian environment, Seehaus im Englischer Garten is the place to go to! It is located right beside of a lake in the touristic Englischer Garten, with a very welcoming and calm atmosphere. It is perfect as well for tourists looking for a place to have a meal and meet even some local people as there you have the chance to share tables with other groups of people. Ideally, it should be a must-see place during the summer season. And while you are there, why not also enjoy a walk through the Englischer Garten after your meal or drinks?
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Eleanor L. Feb 20, 2013
I cannot think of a more perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon in Munich that whiling away the hours, drinking enormous beers, eating sausage, talking to drunk Germans, and watching waterfowl. No, seriously. This beer garden is in the middle of Munich's answer to Central Park, the Englischer Garten. There's a lot of historical details relevant to its creation and blah blah blah. What you need to know is that there is a large, outdoor beer garden in the center of this park and it is the place to be on sunny days. You'll sit at communal tables with Germans and drink enormous mugs of local beer and you'll never be happier. If you feel bad about spending an afternoon of your trip drinking (pro-tip: you shouldn't), just remember that you're doing the single most culturally relevant thing for young Germans. Every beer you have is cultural research. And if you've had too many, take a stroll around the garden, admire the many streams, trees, waterfalls, and stone structures. Then come back and toast your good fortune. Prost!
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