The Hofbrauhaus is huge with 4 - 5 different sections to the building, but we didn't have a chance to see them all because our time didn't allow for it.
The decor in the main hall has a very medeival look to it. Extremely high ceilings have designs and pictures painted on them. There were long row tables, four seat tables, and some tables and chairs from the 17 hundreds. There was a stage set up and live music is played there regularly, unfortunately there wasn't anything going on when we were there. but we saw the men from the band just as we were leaving.
When we walked in, the place was buzzing with activity. We sat down and a menu was placed in front of us almost immediately, but it was in German so we couldn't order.
The server came to take our order and asked us what we wanted and as soon as we started to speak, he pleasantly said, "ah, English", and ran off to get us an English menu. We received our food quickly and the service was very good considering the place was so busy.
They also have a gift shop with plenty of different types of souvenirs in it. Overall, the prices were a bit high, but the experience would've been worth it had we more time.
We would definitely recommend this place to others!
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