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About Hirschgarten, Munich

The Hirschgarten, formally the Königlicher Hirschgarten, is a restaurant in Munich. The restaurant is noted for its beer garden, which is the largest in Munich and probably the largest in the world. It has seating for over 8000 people. The restaurant dates back to 1791.


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Address: Hirschgarten 1, 80639 München, Germany

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Timings: 09:00 am - 11:59 pm Details


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  • Beautiful place! Good for families. Lots of space. Word of advice: Your can only pay with cash at the food stands😉 Really nice atmosphere, and I really love their grilled chicken...and beer of course😁

  • One of the largest beer gardens of Munich- if not worldwide! Located in an upscale area of Munich, inside a public park. Called Hirschgarten because of a deer enclosure right adjacent to it. Good, affordable food. Good beer. Great place for families, no cars, no traffic, space to play for the kids.

  • This is the best beer garden I have been to so far in Munich (and Germany)! Slightly cheaper than others, and nice tables - which are not too cramped, and lots of shade of you want it. Plus, of you want a Raddler, then you decide how much lemonade you want in your beer.

  • The food was very good, but the service was very poor: one waiter pushed our table under the rain because it was not "in line" with the other tables (seriously?) and the other waiter welcomed us complaining of the fact he was overworked and underpaid. This gave a dodgy flavour to our entire meal. On the one hand, workers are bound to be always polite with customers; on the other hand, management should realise they will always be understaffed on Sundays if they don't pay weekend allowances and decent extras to their own workers.

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  • The biggest beer garden in Munich or even in Germany. Always good atmosphere. Also there is a restaurant with delicious food and good service.

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