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'''As the name indicates, Laimer's indicates, the beer garden is located in the Laim district in the centre of Munich. Laimer's is a cosy, quiet neighbourhood beer garden, which attracts guests of all age groups.'''
The main building exists since 1898 and serves since then as has always included a restaurant. During World War II, the ball room located in hall of the first floor was converted into functioned as a military hospital. The Rex cinema, one of the oldest cinemas in Munich, is located in the same building and many viewers enjoy a [[Maß]] in the beer garden before or after the a movie.
The beer garden which opened in 1995 has about 400 seats, 1/3 divided by one third in the self-serviced area and 2/3 two thirds in the served area. Almost all seats are shaded by large chestnut trees. Guests of the self-serviced area can sit on traditional beer garden benches. The food stall of the self-serviced area offers Bavarian meals, such as [[Obatzda]], Wurstsalat (sliced sausages in vinegar), Leberkäse (liver loaf) and spareribs.
The beer served beer is [[Löwenbräu]] and one a Maß Hell (lager) costs € 0€0.00. <!-- june 2011 --> Alternatively, guests can buy a [[Franziskaner]] Weißbier (wheat beer).
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During the warm months the self-serviced area is open daily from 5pm to 11pm. Before thatthen, guests can buy their drinks in the served area, which opens at 111m11am.

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