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Conference Dinner (Bavarian evening)

Our conference dinner is on Thursday, July 11.

It will take place at the Augustinerkeller in München.

Welcome at the "Augustinerkeller in München"

© by Terazzo

The Augustiner cellar is a traditional restaurant with beer garden in Munich's Maxvorstadt district. It opened in the first half of the 19th century and is one of the most popular beer gardens in the state capital. The Augustiner cellar at Arnulfstraße 52 serves beer from Munich's oldest brewery, the Augustiner-Bräu Wagner KG.


For the first time today's restaurant was named in 1812 on a Munich city map as a beer deposit. At that time, the object belonged to the now-defunct Büchl brewery. The city address book of 1842 recorded a beer garden with food and beverage outlet in the former salt road. Although he was in front of the Munich execution site in the Campus Martius, he was reckoned among the most beautiful in the city. Also in 1842 Georg Knorr took over the restaurant, which was subsequently renamed the Knorr cellar. In 1862, the owner of the Augustiner brewery acquired the property; In 1880 the restaurant got its present name. In 1896 there was a reconstruction of the plant: a beer garden with up to 5,000 seats and a large ballroom and the kitchen emerged.

Arnulfstraße 52,
80335 München
Contact Augustinerkeller

Contact Helmholtz Zentrum München

Office: Diana Lochner
Phone +49 89 3187-3569

Christian Lindermayr

Phone +49 89 3187-2285


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