It is one of the smaller tents with approximately 3,000 seats, frequented by high society eager to stay away from noisy crowds.
It made its entrance at the Wiesn in 1971, and is distinguished from the other tents being built in the style of a Bavarian farm with its huge logs. With the limited seating, special attention is paid to the cuisine, there’s also wine and champagne but the duck is definitely worth trying!
Don’t forget to buy a souvenir glass, they are different every year, for the collection.
It is one of the few tents to serve beer up until one o’clock in the morning.
Paulaner is the beer served.