In the Munich city centre, Café Guglhupf is one of the most popular cafés. Now you can also enjoy their hospitality at the Oktoberfest.The first thing that strikes you about the Oktoberfest Guglhupf is its shape: It really does look like an oversized Guglhupf, a German cake. It has a height of 5 meters and a diameter of 8 meters and is a slowly moving carousel. This lets you enjoy a 360° view of what’s happening all around you on the Oktoberfest. Depending on the weather, the Guglhup is either all open or closed off with transparent plastic-covers.
The Guglhupf holds about 60 guests, who can choose from a variety of Guglhupfs. There are classic versions with raisins or nuts, but also some new creations like Guglhupf with plums or even spicy treats with olives, salmon and much, much more.
The Guglhupf is also open a bit longer than the beer tents and closes at 11.30 p.m.
|Proprietor:||Dr. Marc Eisenbarth|