Glöckle Wirt

Cozy atmosphere and reasonably priced weisswurst breakfast

A cozy tent for gourmets and our tip for an inexpensive Wiesn breakfast: during the week, weisswurst costs only 99 cents per sausage before 12 noon.

Sebastian Lehner

What’s special: a small tent with a big atmosphere

From the outside, you would hardly believe how much Oktoberfest spirit is inside this little tent. If you prefer a more personal, cozy atmosphere at Oktoberfest, you will feel right at home at Glöckle Wirt. Here a cozy, rustic feel meets a jolly ambiance and culinary delights. During the day, two musicians play among the tables, and at 7 pm, the Wiesn band Schubiduo, fronted by Michael Fasiloglu, creates the perfect festive mood.

The audience: jovial local celebrities and many regular guests

In a village-pub-like atmosphere, at the eccentrically decorated Glöckle Wirt, local Munich celebrities celebrate alongside the loyal, regular customer base – all dressed in traditional costume, of course. The hubbub of the renowned Oktoberfest carnival carries on outside.

The menu: weisswurst for 99 cents each before 12 noon

Traditional Bavarian ham hock, fillet pfanderl, grilled sausages, sandwich platters and much more – for its Bavarian (and international) classics, Glöckle Wirt uses only local products from controlled agriculture. Visitors can look forward to two very special culinary offers during the week: On weekdays, Glöckle Wirt serves a daily special including a Franziskaner weissbier for a special price. What’s more, before 12 noon from Monday to Friday, weisswurst costs only 99 cents per sausage – the perfect choice for a relaxed weisswurst breakfast!

Only here: a cozy celebration among antique treasures

Hanns-Werner Glöckle took over the former “Platzl Wirt” from the Inselkammer family in 1990 and turned it into the Glöckle Wirt. However, in 2002, a devastating fire destroyed the tent and its entire collection of countless, valuable collector’s items. All that was left were the three bells that give it its name. In order to rebuilt the tent in time for Oktoberfest in 2003, Glöckle asked its regular customers for donations. The result was a collection of antique brass instruments, sleds, kitchen utensils, jugs, stuffed animals, crucifixes and more.

Glöckle Wirt: Reservation, Seats and Contact

Host Stephanie Rollwagen e. K., the daughter of Hanns-Werner Glöckle
+49 89 / 231 10 90 (Hotel at the Viktualienmarkt), +49 89 / 50 07 73 43 (Wiesn phone approx. 1 week before opening)
Reservation and
Capacity 226
Capacity (outdoors) 30 sitting and 45 standing
Music Live music without amplifiers from 12 to 5 pm. From 7 pm Wiesn band
Speciality The antique decor originates largely from the regular customer base, who responded to the Glöckle Wirt’s appeal after the fire