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Königlicher Hirschgarten is the largest beer garden in Munich and has about 9,200 seats and green open spaces close by. The unique thing with the beer gardens in Munich is that guests are allowed to bring their own food, which means you only need to buy drinks. Grilled chicken, sausage and knuckle of pork are reasonably priced.
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- Phone: +49 89 179 991 19
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- Opening House: daily 11.30 am - 10 pm
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