Die Goldene Bar
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The Goldene Bar at the Haus der Kunst is lovely inside and out, but particularly glorious in summer, when the terrace enjoys truly golden sundowner rays, as well as the occasional eye candy surfer heading up from the Eisbachwelle for a beer. Inside, the gilded wall maps are 1937 originals showing the origins of wines, spirits, and tobacco around the world. Shimmering beneath the gorgeous modernist chandelier, they lend the interior a luxurious atmosphere, but it’s the relaxed, mixed crowd that makes the Goldene Bar such a favorite. Chief bartender Klaus St. Rainer is a particular fan of gin, which you’ll find in the signature house cocktail (Tanqueray, Perrier Jouet, lemon, sugar, gin and tonic foam). A tip: Every first Thursday of the month, the adjoining Haus der Kunst art museum has free entry from 6 to 10pm, so you can enjoy some culture with your cocktails.