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Zum Flaucher

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Flaucher is actually an island in the Isar river. The name originates from the bar-keeper Johann Flaucher, which realised in the 19th century that the former forester's lodge of the Wittelsbacher family might be an ideal restaurant catering for day-trippers exploring the surrounding forest. Since the 1870's the Isar meadows became more and more popular and soon the Flaucher became one of the most popular beer gardens in Munich. The Isar river behind the beer garden is a nice place to swim and cool down as well as meet friends at a barbecue. A grassland just next to the beer garden is suitable for sport activities or just relaxing and sunbathing. Guests wanting to drink their beer whilst laying down can simply take their [[Maß]] over.
The beer garden has about 1.700 seats in the self-serviced area and about 80 seats on the served terrace. Zum Flaucher is only partly shaded by large chestnut trees and lime trees. The remaining area is covered by sun umbrellas. The food stalls offer traditional beer garden specialties, such as [[Obatzda]], [[Hendl]] (roasted chicken) and .... Recommended are the delicious spareribs. The beer served is [[Löwenbräu]] and a Maß Hell (lager) costs ... . The Weißbier (wheat beer) comes from [[Franziskaner]].
During the summer months various events take place in the beer garden and restaurant. Brass bands perform live regularly. Majour football tournaments can be seen on a large screen in the back part of the beer garden. The restaurant of the old hunting domicile can be rented for festivities for up to 70 guests.
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Zum Flaucher
During the beer garden season and depending on the weather, Zum Flaucher is open daily from 10am to 11pm.
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