Party Earth Review Tijuana Café is a Mexican restaurant and bar that gives way to two spacious outdoor patios where umbrella-covered tables, tiki huts, tropical plants, and very tall palm trees create a peaceful yet festive atmosphere. Located in the heart of Schwabing near the University of Munich, the joint draws a young, stylish crowd looking for a good time. And though the restaurant’s décor features the requisite cacti and fake snakes, the clientele makes up for the kitsch by producing an outgoing and upbeat atmosphere that can be hard to resist. Groups of well-dressed patrons pile in for the early evening Happy Hour – which ... more
Dining out in Munich, Bavaria’s capital and Germany’s third largest city, can be a truly rewarding experience. While the diversity of cuisine here is not at the level of Berlin, there are still plenty of international options for the hungry sojourner.
Spanish restaurants in Munich are strongly represented and located throughout the city. In the western part of town near the Englisher Garten is one of Munich’s oldest Spanish restaurants: Don Quijote. This traditional-style eatery is known by the middle-aged, laid-back crowd that frequents it for fish dishes and friendly service.
Just north of the city center and located in an old vaulted cellar is Bodega Dali. With lots of candles and a soothing atmosphere, this trendy Munich wine bar feels like Madrid on a warm night and offers a delicious menu of homemade fare from imported Spanish ingredients.
One of Munich’s most popular Spanish spots is Olé Madrid. Just south of the city center, it’s popular with younger locals and tourists. The venue features daily happy hours and a weekly Flamenco show. The homemade Sangria is a menu favorite.