Comfort Hotel Andi Munich City Center
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Bars & Cafes
Nova Bar bills itself as a bar, has the menu of a full restaurant, and at night, the dance floor opens up and the party rocks until the break of dawn. Inside, it's a classy, stylish place, but not so overbearing in its glitz to warrant the strictest in dress and behavioral codes.
Frogis has been delighting families especially little children, with their healthy alternative to ice-creams. A brainchild of Jil Linnemann, this store was established in 2011. Soft and creamy yogurt with a vast variety of toppings ranging from fruits to cookies, are offered here. During the happy hours, guests can enjoy their delicious offerings at a discounted rate. Following the success of this place, another outlet was opened in Maxvorstadt district.
Formerly a tea house and a music hall, Cafe am Hochhaus was one of the first disco-clubs to hit the night-life scene of Munich. Now it has been transformed into a friendly bar and is one of the leading clubbing spaces, where a young and cool crowd heads out to regularly. Every week the in-house DJs as well as guest DJs with their funky playlist ensure that no one leaves the dance floor dismayed. All in all, for an evening full of oomph, complete with drinks and your favorite music, drop-in at Cafe am Hochhaus.
Café am Beethovenplatz, a traditional café dating back to 1899, boasts high ceilings decorated with ornate stucco, parquet floors and gorgeous wooden paneling. It is a real, old-style coffee house and features classical music played on the piano or by small ensembles during the evening. The program sometimes extends to jazz. The choice of drinks reflects the Viennese influence and the food, particularly the set menu, is tasty and varied. The café is mostly frequented by students.
Hotel Excelsior takes pride in its eatery, Geisel's Vinothek, that boasts of serving delectable cuisine and wine. The menu features alluring preparations from Bavarian and Italian cuisine. Guests can choose from their extensive wine collection to complement their meal. The vegetables and meat are sourced from local producers to ensure freshness and best quality ingredients. This restaurant features a regularly changing menu, to highlight the best ingredients available.
Almost hidden under an archway on a quiet side road, you'll be surprised at how spacious Cafe Mozart is. This is a perfect anytime venue - from breakfast with friends under a skylight to a good old group night out. Comfy enough to stay put for the whole evening or to use as a base for a feed and some Dutch courage before hitting one of the local clubs later, the size of this place enables a spontaneous gathering without reservations. The food ranges from the light and simple to hearty schnitzels and burgers at very reasonable prices.
Coffee Fellows - Bahnhofplatz is one of the many chains of Coffee Fellows in Munich and is inspired by the coffee shops that were in abundance in London during the 90's. This cozy yet chic coffee shop serves some delicious handmade coffee and also serves a variety of bagels with various fillings to go with it. With a friendly service, warm ambience and lively atmosphere, this place has become a hit amongst the locals.
Well concealed in the by-lanes of Munich lies Bar Gabányi, a cocktail bar that also offers a great range of whiskys and champagne. The trendy bar hosts live performances that include various music styles, dance events, comedy shows and even poetry reading sessions. All in all, Bar Gabányi stands for all around entertainment that can be enjoyed with food and drinks. Although the cocktails are a little pricey, house specialties like Josephine or the Airmail are a must try.
One of the most popular branches of Yorma's sandwich shop and delicatessen, the eatery offers customers a choice of quick on-the-go options like bratwursts, pretzels, pastries, sandwiches and more. Yorma's is perfect for a quick breakfast or lunch on your way to work, or just as a break from the sightseeing. Brilliantly located at the main train station, it is perfect for busy commuters and tourists alike. You can even pick up some groceries or a can of beer on your way out, from the useful little grocery section. This is German Fast-food at it's best.
Macinino is the place to go for Italian coffee lovers, and is a strong contender for the best coffee place in Munich. The cafe serves strong espresso, diluted with the perfect measure of hot milk/foam for lattes and cappuccinos. This place is tiny, with just a handful of seats outside and padded railings to lean against as opposed to actual chairs inside. Takeaway drinks and cakes are a viable option. Shoppers who want to keep on shopping but need a caffeine fix along the way will be in roasted bean heaven, as the cafe is just off the high street and very close to the München Karlsplatz train station.
With three shops in their small, central Munich-based chain, Wörners is a traditional family confectionery business that was founded in 1865. The fifth generation of this family established Wörners as a prime coffee house and a great place to enjoy brunch. Everything here has always been and still is handmade, and guests enjoy the old world character of the cafe. The central location means local businesspeople stop by for their reasonable lunch menu. The food ranges from the typical Bavarian Schweinefiletgeschnetzeltes to Asian and Italian dishes. The excellent choice of cakes makes it a must for those wanting their kaffee und kuchen (coffee and cake) afternoon. Those passing by can also stop in for some dreamy ice-cream.
This restaurant is a triple treat with its top notch wine, food, and history. While Weinhaus Neuner is a wine house and has an extensive and delicious variety of wines, the German food here is equally as superb. As Munich's oldest wine house, this restaurant truly does get better with age. The building itself has survived both World Wars and dates back to the 15th century. Meanwhile, the service is extremely helpful and caters to your every need or inquiry.