If you’re looking to dine in a classic Bavarian restaurant but were hoping you wouldn’t avoid dust bunnies, you’re in luck. Tattenbach holds all of the charm of its illustrious 100-year history, but now carries the added benefit of a recent, no-holds-barred restoration. After painstaking work, the luster that had worn thin with so many years of use was revitalized, creating a beautiful, classically Bavarian space. This dichotomy also applies to their cuisine: while there are local staples—like roast pork crust and giant schnitzel—there are also a variety of international options, providing a palate of flavors to suit just about anyone.
Originally a water pumping station, Muffathalle performed its duty for almost 150 years from 1837... Read more