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Conference Dinner


The conference dinner will take place at the traditional and famous Bavarian restaurant "Augustiner Klosterwirt" on Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 07:30 p.m. (19:30). Please note that the dinner has to be paid in advance to ensure smooth preparations for the restaurant. The restaurant prepared a delicious three course menu for us, inspired by traditional Bavarian Cuisine.

If you scroll down, you will find more information about the free guided tours on Thursday, April 20, 2017.



Fruity tomato soup
with cold-pressed olive oil and croutons


Main courses

Monastery Plate

¼ duck fresh from the oven and Bavarian roast pork
with red cabbage served with apples and a side of potato dumplings


Käsespätzle (vegetarian)
(Homemade egg-noodles with cheese and fried onions)


Spinatknödel (vegetarian)
(Homemade spinach dumplings)



Bayrische Apfelkücherl
(Baked apple slices with vanilla ice-cream garnished with cinnamon and sugar)


Total price (excluding beverages): 26,50 €

If you would like to take part in the dinner, experience the taste of authentic Bavarian cuisine in a cozy environment and get the opportunity to get in contact with other participants and colleagues at the TDL, please follow the link below in order to select the main course you like the most:


Please note:
Please wire the money (26,50 €) to the following bank account via bank transfer no later than April 1, 2017. Please add your name and "conference dinner" as a reference to your payment.

Account number:10495364
Address: Schönfeldstr.13a D- 80539 München
IBAN:DE64 7025 0150 0010 4953 64

The beverages you would like to consume will be charged by the waiters in the restaurant.

Restaurant details

Augustiner Klosterwirt GmbH
Augustinerstraße 1
80331 München
phone: 0049 89 55 05 44 66


Guided Tours


Guided tour 1:

Secret treasures of Munich’s historic center
Just off the beaten tracks of shopping streets unexpected gems are hiding themselves even from Munich’s own citizens. This tour will entertain with sneak peeks into Munich’s mentality, history and everyday life.

Guided tour 2:

“Beer stories”- how the beer came to Munich
Just like in many medieval cities, wine used to be the most important beverage in Munich. Which political, climate related and social developments lead to Munich’s status as a beer capital? The answers to these questions will be discovered on this tour.

As space on the tours is limited, tickets will be distributed on a first-come-first-serve basis. If you are interested in participating in one of the tours, please send an e-mail with the number of your preferred tour to: