Here are some of the most exciting venues in Munich, where you can first enjoy a delicious meal and then party till you drop.
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Not only will you find some of the best cocktails at Tales & Spirits, a friendly staff will also host you. And what’s even better: they surely understand their job. Later at night, the party is picking up, especially if they start to play some old tunes. It might happen that the crowd starts to sing.
No bar logo, no nameplates or anything like that: This bar is incognito. But if you look closely you can still recognize Robinson’s Bar: The window shows the meaningful sentence “We don’t get drunk, we get awesome”. Inside there are countless photographs from past parties hanging on the walls, the alternative audience wears horn-rimmed glasses and Chucks and from the speakers a mix of Easy Listening, Soul and Funk echoes.
Old english pub mixed with a modern lounge? The Sullivan expands on 2 floors, with a bar each and wins you over with good longdrinks and a striking amount of Whiskeys. Whoever enjoys a 17 year old Bowmore in one of the cozy corners, likes to play pool or listening to jazzy DJ sets, this is your place.
There is hardly another place that currently attracts more hipsters from around the world like this spot. “My Lake House” as you would translate it – is the epitome of Berlin Mitte for quite some time now and is located directly at Rosenthalerplatz
This place used to be the city’s movie theatre, until it was transformed in a colourful bar and theatre in 2001. Since then it’s been a place where locals just like tourists like to meet for a coffee in the afternoon or a beer at night. Check out the changing program to see what shows are on at the moment (also available online).
The wealth of bars around Reeperbahn is known to be huge, so it might be difficult to find your way sometimes. A very good place for a drink is Freudenhaus Bar.
The Queen’s Head (since 1736) is located fairly close to Piccadilly Circus, only 4 stops on the Piccadilly Line from Meininger Hotel Hyde Park.
The café of the museum Leopold is a well-known meeting spot for both locals and tourists.