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The beer garden is situated directly at the lakeshore, offering an [http://www.munichbeergardens.com/File:Seehaus_Schreyegg_019.jpg amazing view] onto almost the entire length of the lake, with sailing boats cruising by. On clear days even the alps can be seen across the lake. The self-serviced area offers about 800 seats on traditional beer garden benches. Another 250 seats with regular tables are available on the served terrace. Both areas are shaded by large, dense chestnut trees. The food stall in the self-serviced area offers various typical Bavarian beer garden meals such as [[Obatzda]], Wurstsalat (sliced sausages in vinegar), Fleischpflanzerl (meat balls) and Hendl (roasted chicken). A "friends special" for groups of ten people includes spareribs, baked potatoes with sour
creme, coleslaw salad, [[Brezn]] and a 20-litre barrel of beer directly at the table (€265). The beer served is [[Hacker-Pschorr]] and a [[Maß]] Hell (lager) costs €6.40.
Seehaus Schreyegg is also an ideal venue for private parties and other festivities hosted in the excellent restaurant; either in the sea
pavilion, the panorama parlour or the idyllic fishermen parlour with a cosy, tiled stove.
About 200 metres from the beer garden is a pier, from where guests can depart on round trips on the Ammersee onboard a classic [http://www.seenschifffahrt.de paddle wheeler ship]. Small paddle boats are also available for rental. Just next to the beer garden is a public swimming area with a lawn suitable for lazing in the sun.