Time Out says
A Bavarian beer oasis in the middle of the Rocks
There’s a Bavarian bier oasis in the middle of the Rocks that has been fixing the nine-to-five blues with one-litre steins of fresh Bavarian brews, warm pretzels and sausage platters for decades now. It’s also a top spot for a group get together. Unlike some of the cupboard-sized establishments around the CBD, the Munich Brauhaus beer hall is cavernous so you can bring your whole team with you. Make it a Friday and for bookings of six or more you’ll get a complimentary paddle of schnapps for your trouble. For fiscally sensible players, you want to aim for an early evening visit to take full advantage of the two-hour happy hour from 4pm to 6pm when there are six-dollar beers to be drunk, and on Thursdays hot dogs are only a fiver. Those are properly cheap thrills right there. These guys host the most famous Oktoberfest celebrations in the city, but every day can be a Bavarian beer party thanks to the daily oompah pah band, lederhosen-clad waitstaff and a penchant for schnitzel done nine ways including a half kilo version and one with beetroot and a fried egg on top. Pull up a pew, park your elbow bar-side or take up digs at a long table and drink into the night. Prost!
Cnr Argyle and Playfair Sts
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 10am-late; Sat-Sun 9am-late|