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'''Since 1970 the Viktualienmarkt beer garden is located at Munich's central fruit food market. This city beer garden attracts a mixed crowd including many tourists since the [ Glockenspiel] at Marienplatz is just around the corner. '''
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The beer garden has about 800 600 seats in the self-serviced area and 200 seats in the serviced area, all well shaded by large chestnut trees. Viktualienmarkt beer garden is missing a the typical gravel ground as seen in every other traditional beer garden. Instead the beer benches stand on cobblestone. Viktualienmarkt beer garden is usually busy, especially on sunny days during the lunch time. In those hours business men sit next to intermingle with tourists as well as locals taking a break from their shopping or sightseeing tourtours. Most of the guests bring food to the beer garden bought from the surrounding food stalls and various fast food chains, creating a symbiotic relationship between the food shops and the beer garden. The beer garden's own food stall in the self-serviced area offers traditional Bavarian meals, such as [[Schweinshaxe]] (roasted pork knuckle) and oven-fresh [[Schweinebraten]] (roast pork).
A special feature of the beer garden is an alternating choice selection of Munich beer types. Every six weeks a different beer from one of the [[Munich breweries]] is served from the tap. The six breweries supplying beer are [[Augustiner]], [[Hacker-Pschorr]], [[Löwenbräu]], [[Hofbräu]], [[Paulaner ]] and [[Spaten]]. A [[Maß ]] Hell (lager) costs €6.60. <!-- april 2011 -->
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The beer garden is open daily from 9am to 10pm. The beer garden is also open in during the wintermonths, selling hot Glühwein in addition to beer.
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