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Schrannenhalle, Munich

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3.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Once a grain and corn market, Schrannenhalle is now a modern, open-air market hall with a smorgasbord of Alpine offerings, such as pastries, fresh fruits and vegetables, cheeses, artisan pasta, and fresh flowers. Take part in a tasting tour, where you'll stop by each wooden stall to sample culinary offerings like quiche, antipasto, and artisan Bavarian chocolates. Upstairs, cozy tables invite you to relax with a glass of Austrian wine and a freshly prepared meal. Arrange to visit Schrannenhalle and other attractions in Munich using our Munich travel itinerary planner.
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  • Overview of the versatility of the Italian kitchen quick very nice one to get. But Barilla pasta specialities dealing, not revealed me. An ordinary tourist premium is priced on many products.
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  • The Eataly is an asset to Munich. After endless years of Loveless concepts, the Schrannenhalle is now again a place of shopping with your mood. Dining is also something special if you get no place more often. (What is a positive to see). In the area you can a good wine genius, meet friends and meet many people. Happy again
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  • Don't be scared by the name in German, is exactly the Eataly. So, who have you met in São Paulo, you already know what you will find: delicatessen and restaurant.
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  • Fantastic food, awesome wine, all served in lovely surroundings. A nice indoor market to browse either before a snack or drink. A great place to sit and watch the world go buy with a glass of wine or two.
  • Very nice open market area with a lot of different options. Produce sections are amazing!
  • One word describes this place... Eataly.
  • Overall expensive.But look for the "Milka World": a paradise for chocolate lovers
  • For those who are familiar with the Ferry Building in SF, or Mercado de San Miguel in Madrid, this is a similar type of concept with specialty foods in an enclosed environment. There is also a Milka store in the basement of the Schrannenhalle. Nice stop if you're in Viktualienmarkt and want to explore indoors.
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