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Hacker Pschorr - Himmel der Bayern

Der Pschorr

Der Pschorr is located in the heart of Munich near the Viktualienmarkt, Germany’s largest open-air market. It is a place where Bavarian hospitality intersects with traditional beer culture. The beer is cooled in wooden barrels on blocks of ice like in yesteryear, making it especially drinkable and enjoyable. Visitors from around the world meet here to have a great time or relax in style.

Der Pschorr
Viktualienmarkt 15
80331 München
Tel.:  +49 (0) 89 / 442 38 39 40
Fax: +49 (0)89 / 442 38 39 29

Altes Hackerhaus

In 1738, the brewer Simon Hacker bought the “Prew in Haggeviertel” (brewery in the Hagge quarter), which was henceforth known as the “Hacker Bräu.” After a fire in 1825, construction of the current building was started in 1829. Hackerhaus was renovated in the 1980s and reopened by the Pongratz family in 1985. Tradition is the priority here, both in the décor and menu, but the service and organization are absolutely modern and progressive.

Sendlinger Straße 14
80331 München
Tel.: +49 (0) 89 - 260 50 26
Fax: +49 (0) 89 - 260 50 27


The first mention of this traditional restaurant dates back to 1633. Since 1901, it has been known as the “Bratwurstherzl.” The restaurant is a Bavarian idyll where guests can watch bratwurst grilling on an open beech wood fire under a 350-year-old brick vaulted ceiling.

Dreifaltigkeitsplatz 1
80331 München
Tel.: +49 (0) 89 -295113
Fax: +49 (0) 8929163751

Heide Volm - Planegg

Everyone receives a warm welcome in the Heide Volm restaurant in Planegg near Munich, be it a visit to the restaurant or the beer garden, a meeting or parties such as birthdays or weddings. Here, hospitality is the tradition and the restaurant has the right setting for every event – whether it's the great banquet hall or the bright and airy winter garden.

Heide-Volm GmbH & Co. KG
Bahnhofstraße 51
82152 Planegg
Tel.: +49 (0) 89 / 8 57 20 29
Fax: +49 (0) 89 / 8 59 70 56

Gasthof zum Wildpark

The estate has been in the same family for four generations. An in-house butcher ensures for the freshness and quality of the cuisine. The name dates back to when King Max II fenced off a large area as a hunting ground or Wildpark in 1848. In 1904, the restaurant was named “Zum Wild Park.” Of course, such a rich tradition creates a wonderfully welcoming atmosphere, of which the family-owned business is particularly proud.

Gasthof zum Wildpark
Tölzer Straße 2
82064 Straßlach
Tel.: +49 (0) 8170-9962-0
Fax: +49 (0) 8170-996220

Hacker Pschorr Bräuhaus Theresienhöhe

You’ll discover a true culinary adventure in this 4,000-square-meter restaurant and brewery. The former Pschorr cellar is a cross between Bavarian way of life and international cuisine. Sample one of the many Bavarian dishes in the brewery’s small, cozy rooms and outdoors in the beer garden. Whoever likes more southern European cooking can treat themselves to pizza and pasta in the Trattoria. The beer is brewed right onsite at the brewery on the Theresien meadow in impressive, large copper kettles. Guided tours also available.

Hacker-Pschorr Bräuhaus
Theresienhöhe 7
80339 München
Tel.: +49 (0) 89 / 500 59 38-00
Fax: +49 (0) 89 / 500 59 38-22

Seehaus Schreyegg

With stunning lake and mountain views, the Seehaus Schreyegg restaurant beckons from its beautiful location on Ammer Lake. The Schreyegg Seehaus offers an elegant atmosphere, culinary specialties and regional delicacies. The Bar & Lounge serves up fabulous cocktails. Besides the restaurant’s fantastic beer garden right on the water, the other many highlights include cocktail lessons or the extensive cigar cart.

Seehaus Schreyegg
Landsberger Strasse 78
82266 Stegen a. Ammersee
Tel.: +49 (0) 8143 - 99 25 37
Fax: +49 (0) 8143 - 99 25 38

Kreut Alm

The Kreut Alm is nestled in an absolute Bavarian mountain idyll. Kochel Lake and Loisach Valley, the Benediktenwand mountain ridge and Herzogstand peak are just some of the many incomparable natural wonders surrounding the Kreut Alm restaurant. Formerly part of the monastery Schlehdorf, a “Schwaige Kreuth” is mentioned as early as the 8th century. In 1970, farming was halted and a restaurant (originally planned as side business) was converted into the “Kreutzer Alm” alpine restaurant. The establishment can accommodate up to 500 persons and also serves cool, refreshing Hacker-Pschorr beer.

Berggasthof "Kreut-Alm"
Kreut 1
D-82439 Kreut bei Großweil
Tel.: +49 (0) 8841-5822
Fax: +49 (0) 8841-2822