YOUR TABLE RESERVATION IN THE PSCHORR BRÄUROSL OKTOBERFEST TENT
General information about the Festhalle Pschorr-Bräurosl
If you make a reservation in the Pschorr Bräurosl beer tent at Munich’s Oktoberfest, you and your guests will be serenaded in traditional Bavarian style by the tent’s very own yodeler: The “Bräurosl”, as she is known, is an artist who named herself after the former brewer’s daughter. Needless to say, a reservation in the Pschorr beer tent is a good choice for music fans. In addition to the yodeling, the “Ludwig Thoma Musikanten” and “Südtiroler Spitzbuam” play upbeat sounds to accompany the fun in the beer tent here.
Opting for a reservation in the Pschorr Bräurosl tent, which has been run by the Heide family for three generations, means choosing one of the most established beer tents in the entire Oktoberfest. The tent is also a favorite destination for Munich’s gay community, especially during the tent’s “Gay Sunday” event. Hacker Pschorr beer is served here – the perfect accompaniment to the tent’s tasty Bavarian specialties.
Here you can find more general information about the Oktoberfest table reservation.
|Festahlle Pschorr Bräurosl|
|Proprietors:||Georg and Renate Heide|
|Seating capacity:||6200 inside, 2200 outside|
|Music:||Ludwig-Thoma-Musikanten, Südtiroler Spitzbuam|
|Special features:||First Sunday is “Gay Sunday”; yodeling Bräurosl|
|Location:||Straße 4 (opposite the Schottenhamel tent)|