In the Munich city centre, Café Guglhupf is one of the most popular cafés. Now you can also enjoy their hospitality at the Oktoberfest.
Owned by the Wildmoser family since 1981.
The Wildstuben offers excellent venison dishes and comfortable atmosphere.
The Stiftl-Tent is famous for its chicken and various other poultry-dishes.
It’s all about cheese at Feisinger’s.
One of the most traditional chicken- and duck roasters of the Oktoberfest.
Comfortable, Bavarian atmosphere for the whole family.
For more than 10 years, now, Oktoberfest visitors have been enjoying the delicious bakeries and snacks in Bodo’s Café Tent.
The little Oktoberfest tent for fish and seafood specialties by Peter Lingau.
Probably the most unusual "tent" of the Oktoberfest.
The smallest of all Oktoberfest tents.
Still using the great-grandfather’s recipe.
The smallest tent at the Oktoberfest offers room for 90 guests.
A real Oktoberfest tradition and very popular among locals.
…the only café-tent with its own bakery at the Oktoberfest.
Welcome to the Oktoberfest-paradise for pastry-lovers!
The perfect mix between entertainment and food.
Family-run and a part of the Oktoberfest since 1906!
All new - all veal – all good.
Overview of the 14 big and 20 small tents
Experience the big difference between the bigger tents and a cozy little one like Hochreiter's Haxnbraterei.
The icon of Bavarian cuisine: The dumpling.
For non-Bavarians, communication with the locals can sometimes be rather troublesome. Our Oktoberfest dictionary solves this problem.
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