The Paulaner am Nockherberg beer garden is inseparably linked to the lifestyle and the beer culture of the city at the Isar River. The Paulaner beer garden has been voted the most beautiful beer garden of the city multiple times and it’s also popular for its location in the heart of Munich, a nice place to have a beer and a Brezn (€1.50 at the self-service part of the beer garden) and if you are bringing your kids along, they can play at the beer garden’s playground. A well with a monk’s head reminds of the founders of the brewery, the Minim monks. The beer served at the 2,000 capacity beer garden is of course Paulaner, one of the six official Oktoberfest beers.
This location provides the chance of experiencing the charm of the cosmopolitan state capital first-hand not only now but as well in the future. It is located near the Deutsches Museum, so you can have a beer here after a visit to the museum. “Nockherberg” is a reference to the hilltop upon which the Paulaner brewery is located.
Sociability and joy of life, along with a unique offer of dishes and beverages, a spacious children’s playground, numerous bicycle parking facilities, the historic Salettl for special occasions as well as shade under chestnut tree crowns: The „feel-good factor“ of this attractive setting is immensely high. The complete menu of the Paulaner am Nockherberg is available online in English language at the beer garden’s official website.
Address: Hochstraße 77
Opening hours: 10am – 1am