Ratskeller


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Ratskeller

(ˈraːtskɛlər) or

Rathskeller

n
1. the cellar of a town hall, esp one used as a beer hall or restaurant
2. any similar establishment, esp in the US
[German: from Rat(haus) town hall + Keller cellar]
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Just before our sausage platter at the highly rated Ratskeller, we joined the hordes in the Marienplatz central square outside City Hall, with its Glockenspiel, a carillon with 32 life-sized mechanical figures that reenact historical Bavarian events at 11am and noon.
Lunch was at the famous Ratskeller restaurant which opened its doors in 1874 and is now a favourite of Munich's movers and shakers.
We went to Worcester to the old QVCC, and all the way out to Boston for Sunday matinees at the Ratskeller.
Swimming, video games, 18-hole indoor miniature golf, and Ratskeller Restaurant activities and food service are unaffected during the remodeling.
Its courtyard is the home of the Ratskeller Munchen restaurant, which serves traditional Bavarian dishes.
For lunch head to Ratskeller am Marienplatz (+49 89 219 9890), a traditional Bavarian beer cellar and restaurant.
AWARD-WINNING restaurant Ratskeller Piwinica Rajcuw is worth a visit if only for its location in the cellars under Artus Court, a historic meeting house near the fountain on Long Market.
He was about to go in when something made him divert to the nearby Ratskeller.
A "Tapping of the First Keg" ceremony and celebration at Summit Brewing Company was held June 5th at the Ratskeller within the brewery headquarters in Saint Paul.
His centaurs usually resemble farmers in lederhosen; his naiads, dirndled blonds from the Ratskeller next door; and his unicorns, revelers at a costume party in an Alpine barnyard.