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Weinhaus Neuner

Munich’s oldest wine-bar, afresh

Taken over recently by the team responsible for Michelin-starred restaurant Les Deux – another Munich staple – this traditional guest house boasts a long history dating back as far the 15th-century. Today, the Weinhaus Neuner is split over three areas: Restaurant, Stüberl (an informal, pub-like room) and Schwemme (bar). Bavarian and Austrian cuisine lead the culinary proceedings, with chef de cuisine Johann Rappenglück’s elegantly presented dishes an eye-pleasing spin on Teutonic classics. A well-stocked cellar hosting primarily German and Austrian labels fuels the wein of this haus, the cosy Schwemme – aside from the restaurant and Stüberl – a welcoming space that pours by the glass and serves smaller morsels.


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