Cafe Altschwabing is probably the most venerable cafe in the university area. It's been at Schellingstrasse 56 since 1887. Bombed during the war, it did not lose its elaborate Stuckdecke (ceiling moldings), which is the most impressive aspect of its decor. Previous patrons have included Thomas Mann, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, and even Lenin. If you're in town over the weekend, make sure to stop by for brunch. The so-called Paul Klee breakfast is a cheese plate with cereal and egg that easily feeds two.
This beer garden and restaurant is located truly away from the urban city center; in fact, it's... Read more