“Welcome to the land of plenty!”

At one of the best delicatessens in the world

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In our quest to increase The World of Neuschwansteiner, we have chosen Munich for our “talk of the town” theme for this month. The reason? Because, at this time of the year, the beautiful Bavarian capital deserves even more the title ’Beer capital of the world’. Of course, it is Oktoberfest-time, and during those two weeks, every year more than 6 million people visit the Wiesn.

_MG_7705As an alternative today we offer the unique opportunity to sample and taste our royal beer in a distinguished and more elegant atmosphere than the beer tents at the Theresienwiese: At the world renown ‘Dallmayr’.

In the heart of the city centre, the Dallmayr delicatessen with its landmark facade is a magnet for visitors annually attracting more than 1.4 million tourists from all over the world, and the same number of local residents.

Founded around 1700, and named after owner and merchant Alois Dallmayr in 1870, it became one of the best delicatessens in Europe around 1900, boasting a list of customers that included the German imperial family and 14 other royal houses in Europe!

Due to the economic situation after Black Friday, in 1931, Dallmayr decided to take on coffee and established a special department. Raw coffee was purchased and roasted. The Dallmayr coffee brand quickly gained an excellent reputation. Dallmayr coffee, with its luxury prodomo brand, is one of the leading names on the German coffee market.

_MG_7662In 2006 the new top-class Restaurant Dallmayr and Café-Bistro Dallmayr were opened.

On the first floor of the traditional delicatessen, you can dine in the finest possible style thanks to Michelin-starred chef Diethard Urbansky and the attentive care of head waitress Barbara Englbrecht. In its newest issue the well-known Gourmetguide “Der große Hotel- und Restaurantguide” acclaims Diethard Urbansky as “Chef of the Year 2015″.

Welcome to the land of plenty!” is Dallmayr’s headline for their shop. They explain: “Dienerstrasse 14–15, Munich – the address of Germany’s most famous and traditional delicatessen. Dallmayr offers a Lucullan range for every occasion, the likes of which cannot be experienced anywhere else.

This year Florian Randlkofer became the fifth generation of his family to manage the company.

“We are very proud to announce, that Neuschwansteiner is now available at Dallmayr”

During opening hours today, you can taste our royal beer in the Dallmayr shop at a special promotion stand._MG_7746
During next month we are also displayed in a special window. We send a big thank you to Dallmayr for placing us so nicely during Oktoberfest time and invite you to come if you are in Munich

Stay tuned: Oktoberfest history and interesting facts as well as alternatives to beer tents, ‘Bretzn’ and ‘Hendl’ coming soon!

P.S.: Did you know that Dallmayr also takes care of the delicious catering of the BMW DTM hospitality at all races? Our royal brand ambassador, H.R.H. Prince Leopold of Bavaria told us; of course he gets to enjoy it often as he drives the classic race taxi on the DTM tracks in his original race suit!

Shop Dallmayr Regular opening times:
Monday to Saturday 9.30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
We are closed on national holidays as well as on regional holidays in Bavaria.

Restaurant Dallmayr Opening times:

Regular opening times:
Tuesday to Friday from 7 p.m.
Saturday: 12 a.m. (Last Order: 13.30 p.m.) and from 7 p.m.
The restaurant is closed on Sundays, Mondays and public holidays (in Bavaria).

Special opening times:
Monday, 03.08.2015 – Monday, 31.08.2015 vacation.
Saturday, 03.10.2015 from 7 p.m.
Monday, 05.10.2015 from 7 p.m.

Photocredit for main image: Thomas Wolf (Wikipedia)
Other images: Günter Stömmer

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Inga Stracke
Inga Stracke is a multi-talented journalist, event organizer, and networker who is equally at home in the Formula 1™ paddocks around the globe as well as the winter hills of the 4-Hill-Ski jumping tournament and other world class events. She is also a motorsport travel advisor for DERTOUR.Born in Bavaria, Inga became famous as pit-lane reporter for German Sky-TV and F1’s™ own multi-channel digital TV, and she founded the first agency for F1™ commercial radio broadcast in D-A-CH. She also produced the first Formula 1™ live radio show nationwide in US/Canada and headed the creation of the original Red Bulletin. Inga regularly contributes culinary trip reviews and gourmet features for MICHELIN starred restaurants around the globe.

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