Party Earth Review A local saying states that Munich is Italy’s most northern city, and the quaint and romantic Italian café La Stanza (The Room) embodies that saying by making each patron feel like they've just stepped off the streets of Venice. Popular with the glamorous clubbing set as well as an older, more refined crowd, the venue's ... more
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 than many of the city’s beer gardens, making it perfect for a peaceful afternoon or evening of good company ... more
Brunch is an institution in Munich, and while Sundays may no longer be holy, they are still sacred to the people of Munich. Most large shops, grocery stores, and department stores are closed on Sunday, and so, with little else to do and perhaps a hangover to cure, the people flock to the restaurants for an all-you-can-eat brunch.
On Sundays the cafés and restaurants fill up with families, young and old couples, and singles in search of tasty food, freshly squeezed juice, and coffee. And considering the popularity of the meal, making reservations for brunch is highly recommended.
Brunch menus in Munich can vary depending on where you go, but the standards tend to feature Italian antipasta, a choice of eggs, fresh fruit and jam, a basket of dark bread rolls, various delicious cheeses, and a choice of deli and smoked meat…and everything else between.
Brunch venues in Munich are not hard to find. Some of the more popular ones include Café Florian and the Kaisergarten in Schwabing, Café Neuhausen in Neuhausen, and the PreysingGarten in Haidhausen.