A Video of Milchbar Munich
Milchbar Munich, Guide & Review
The Milchbar Munich has a long history in Munich’s nightlife. Starting as a milkshake bar at the Ostbahnhof, it is now a real club. The Milch Bar or milchundbar (milk bar) is Munich’s mainstream club. It is classic and located near the Sendlinger Tor and thereby easy to get to using public transport. The Eden, the Cord and the Lover’s clubs are located nearby. The club is open 7 days a week and on weekends, you can party until 9am. Beware, Thursdays is 90s night.
This small club decorated in bright red colors is one of the wildest and friskiest venues in Munich where it is guaranteed to have a good time. Many locals have danced until the next morning and due to its amazing opening hours it is the perfect destination if you don’t want your party night to end. Admission costs between 5 and 8 € and thus corresponds to the Munich average. The drink prices are also common.
Aside from the notorious P1, few clubs have achieved famous status in Munich’s nightlife scene. Over the past few years, though, the Milchbar (Milkbar) has managed to rival the P1 discotheque’s air of elitism and hedonism. The Milchbar launched 10 years ago at Kunstpark Ost and then, when the Kunstpark party zone closed down, moved to the nearby Optimol compound. At present, the club—which, within days after it first opened its doors, gave up selling milkshakes for cocktails—has relocated to the city center.
At the Munich Nightlife Awards 2015, the milk bar won the prize for the club with the best flirting factor. Whether that really is the case, everyone must probably test themselves. One thing is for sure: no one has a stick in the ass here, and when dancing, it basically flirts well, so it’ll be a bit off.