Gasthof Hinterbrühl is located in the nature sanctuary of the Isar banks in southern Munich, close to the Hinterbrühler Lake. The very popular and busy beer garden lies at the Isar channel, which runs parallel to the Isar river.
Hinterbrühl has a history of over 200 years. The main building stands on the grounds of a former lime kiln. In the 18th century the lime kiln closed down and the Gasthof Hinterbrühl was found. After the opening of the nearby rafts hythe the inn functioned as a restaurant for the raftsmen. Due to its idyllic location, the inn became also popular amongst Munich's locals. 1909 the inn was extended and rebuilt to its present Alpine style. 1991 the listed building was taken over and renovated by the last Karl Heinz Wildmoser senior, longstanding club president of the football team TSV 1860 München. In 2011, Hinterbrühl was further renovated by the current leaseholders.
The self-serviced area offers about 600 seats under large chestnut trees. The 450 seats on the served terrace are shaded by chestnut trees in combination with huge sun umbrellas. The served area has no regular beer garden benches. Guests can sit on massive wooden benches with backrests. Some of the tables offer a view onto the Hinterbrühler Lake.
The food stalls of the self-serviced area offer typical Bavarian beer garden meals, such as Hendl (roasted chicken), spareribs, Leberkäs (liver loaf), Obatzda and Wurstsalat (sliced sausages in vinegar). The served beer is Hacker-Pschorr and a Maß Hell (lager) costs €6.80. A Kuchenhäuserl (cake stall) offers fresh Auszogne and cakes. In the months of July to September and depending on the weather a barbecue takes place every Thursday in the beer garden.
The Hacker-Pschorr beer is served from wooden barrels and costs €6.50 p/Maß. Located nearby beer garden is a small golf course and the Naturbad Maria Einsiedel, an outside swimming pool with untreated water.
81479 Munich (Thalkirchen)