Schelling-Salon, Schellingstraße 54.

One could write a novel about the house alone. So many famous figures have passed through the Salon’s striking corner entrance. This has been a place to eat, drink and play cards since at least 1867—table tennis and billiard tables were added later. A thoroughly down-to-earth meeting place right in the middle of the Maxvorstadt district. Landlady Evelin Mehr is proud of being the fourth generation of her family to run this venerable establishment. She tells us that it’s the oldest “Viennese café-restaurant” in Munich. Whatever that means, we like it!