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Bräustüberl Tegernsee

A visit to the Bräustüberl Tegernsee is a must for holidaymakers, locals and day-trippers alike. And with good reason: the premises are located in a historic monastery and you can enjoy views across the beautiful lake Tegernsee right from the beer garden.

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The beer garden in front of the Bräustüberl Tegernsee

The Food at Bräustüberl Tegernsee

Sausages, pork knuckles, sauerkraut, apple strudel – all your German favourites and more are on the menu at the Bräustüberl. As well as Bavarian classics and regional specialities, you can expect soups, cold and warm snacks and salads. As you may suspect, the menu is not primarily designed for vegetarians. A few meat-free options are available, vegan options remain rare. Wash your Knödel down with one of the beers from the Herzogliches Bayerisches Brauhaus Tegernsee – freshly delivered directly from the brewery.

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The main dining room in the Tegernseer Bräustüberl

Reservations are essential for larger groups. The Bräustüberl is the most popular Bavarian restaurant at Lake Tegernsee and you can expect it to be busy at any time of the day, on any day of the week.


Need to walk off your lunch? A visit to the historic Wirtshaus at Tegernsee can be combined with all kinds of activities nearby. Lake Tegernsee, the promenade and the Tegernsee pier are only a few meters away. During the Advent season, a shuttle boat runs from here to the Rottach Advent Market in Rottach-Egern, continuing on to the Seeadvent Market in Bad Wiessee. Tegernsee’s Castle Christmas Market takes place right in front of the Bräustüberl.

The Bräustüberl is a popular stop on the 20 km bike tour around Lake Tegernsee and along the tour to Siebenhütten.

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The former Tegernsee monastery with the Tegernseer Bräustüberl


Don’t be put off by the crowds! Whether you arrive after a hike or bike tour in the Tegernsee mountains or simply as part of a daytrip from Munich, feel free to take a seat with others at one of the wooden tables and enjoy the atmosphere of the historic restaurant. A visit here is a must for holidaymakers and a great day out for visitors during Oktoberfest.

Directions & Parking

By Car:
Driving to Tegernsee requires patience at the best of times. The number of parking spaces in the town is limited and the car parks are often full by mid-morning. If you need to drive, head for the Tegernsee central car park or you can try your luck at the Schloßplatz car park right infront of the restaurant.

By Train (Bayerische Regiobahn – BRB):
If you’re travelling to Tegernsee on the weekend or during peak seasons, your best bet is the BRB regional train leaving hourly from Munich main station. The Bräustüberl is a 10-minute (downhill) walk from Tegernsee station.

Herzogliches Bräustüberl Tegernsee
Schloßplatz 1
83684 Tegernsee