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Café Kaiserschmarrn

From Wiesn breakfast to caipirinhas at the bar

As the name suggests, this is the place to enjoy freshly prepared kaiserschmarrn (a traditional pancake dish). The other sweet treats are worth a sin too: In the evening, it turns into flirt central. The bar serves what must be the biggest spritz at the entire Wiesn.

What’s special: the Wiesn’s only catwalk

Thanks to its unmissable, kitschy appearance, the sugar castle near Bavaria is a popular meeting point. Café Kaiserschmarrn is also known as the Rischart Tent. There you can enjoy a coffee and baked specialties outdoors, or have breakfast inside – perfect for kids and the whole family. From noon, the music starts to play and the mood gets gradually livelier until evening, when guests can enjoy the Wiesn’s only catwalk with caipirinhas and other drinks. Reservations are highly recommended!

The audience: The over-40s in-crowd

“The Wiesn’s biggest over-40s party” takes place in the Kaiserschmarrn tent, they say — and it’s true. While the small tents used to exist to catch the overflow from the big tents, Café Kaiserschmarrn is a destination in its own right for a fun-filled night at the Wiesn. It’s a big draw among the Munich in-crowd, but that’s just how it is at the Wiesn — it’s all about diversity!

The menu: Kaiserschmarrn and breakfast

The café’s namesake is freshly cooked before your eyes in a huge, cast-iron pan. You can also find all kinds of other sweet treats and ice creams from the confectioner, Rischart. The Wiesn secret tip is the breakfast: scrambled eggs, honey-roast ham, fruit salad, fresh yogurt, a fluffy croissant and a glass of orange juice or even prosecco. If you prefer something savory, you might opt for the famous flammkuchen or a soup. No beer is served here, but you can find caipirinha, spritz and Hugo, as well as non-alcoholic drinks.

Only here: Free wedding cake!

Every day at 2 pm, a special ceremony takes place at Café Kaiserschmarrn: To commemorate the occasion of the Munich Oktoberfest, the wedding of Ludwig von Bayern and Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen in 1810, the landlords, Gerhard and Magnus Müller-Rischart cut a multi-tiered wedding cake daily, and distribute the first pieces to the guests for free.

Café Kaiserschmarrn: Reservation, Seats, Music, Beer and Contact

Host(s)Gerhard and Magnus Müller-Rischart
Reservation+49 (0)89 231 700 3490
Capacity315 plus 35 sitting
MusicMagic Sound, 089-Band
SpecialityThe Wiesn’s only catwalk; free wedding cake every day at 2 pm!
Important: Non-updated information on this page refers to Oktoberfest 2019. There was no Oktoberfest in 2020, neither was in 2021 due to the Corona pandemic.