Restaurant / Tapas Bar
Party Earth Review Its name might sound fattening, but Lardy is more like a nice Irish pub where exuberant Germans gather to eat Spanish tapas and dance to great American music. This peculiar mix of international elements obviously appeals to the lively clientele, as the bar is regularly packed with revelers. The exposed brick walls, dark wood accents, and low lighting create a seductive and stylish atmosphere for patrons who arrive early for dinner and then stick around for the late-night festivities. As the evening wears on, the venue turns into an animated bar with a dance floor full of high-energy party lovers who enjoy conversing over drinks as much as they ... more
Munich’s international food is only getting better. Once known for sausage, sauerkraut, and beer, Bavaria’s capital has started to offer a globally-inspired smorgasbord of options, including Spanish tapas bars. This “small plates” style of eating can be found throughout the city and across a wide range of prices.
For a more traditional tapas bar in Munich, Bodega Dali is just north of the city center and located in an old vaulted cellar. Flooded in candlelight that provides a soothing atmosphere, the trendy Munich venue feels like Madrid on a warm night. Plus, Dali’s delicious menu of homemade fare is created with ingredients imported from Spain.
For a more fusion-style tapas bar in Munich try Lardy, which feels like an Irish pub, but serves Spanish grub to the sound of American tunes. A hip alternative to Lardy is El Mirador, which is located north of the city center. A Spanish-Peruvian fusion restaurant, it has unique dishes from both countries and a truly laid-back atmosphere to enjoy them in.