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Augustiner-Keller with about 5,000 seats is the third largest beer garden in Munich. The beer garden opened in 1812. Like most beer gardens there is a self-serviced area where guests are welcome to bring their own food in addition to a serviced area.

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The beer at Augustiner is served straight out of wooden barrels and the strike of a bell marks the announcement of the opening of each new barrel. The serviced area includes over 100 Stammtische (regulars tables) with the oldest dating back to 1847. In 1807 a cellar was built eight metres below ground in which beer was chilled with ice. Today, this cellar offers a cosy alternative to sit down and enjoy a beer on rainy days.

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A Maß of Augustiner Edelstoff costs €6.80. When good weather, the beer garden is open from 11.30am until midnight.

Arnulfstrasse 52
80335 Munich

Tel: +49-(0)89 594393

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Ron and Sandy - Love how the dancing ligths of the Golden Gate Bridge form a canopy over the engaged couple. The yellow/orange glows contrast strikingly with the blues, greens, and purples of the surrounding area. The entire photo collection is most elegant and memorable.