The Theresienbräu (Theresia Brewery) is situated just opposite the triumphal arch. Together with Krahvogl and the ... More
The Theresienbräu (Theresia Brewery) is situated just opposite the triumphal arch. Together with Krahvogl and the Elferhaus , it represents a type of establishment that has become characteristic of Innsbruck's catering trade since the middle of the 1990s. These places are all equally esteemed by tourists and locals alike. Inside, the Theresienbräu is very spacious, and it is conducted on two floors, but there are still a few small and comfy corners. The concept is rather comprehensive; it integrates a cafe, a large bar, a kitchen that serves good solid food at fair prices and, of course, the brewery. Theresienbräu's own cloudy beer specialty is served very young and goes well with a Bavarian veal sausage or a pretzel.
Just walked by on one of the main streets and spotted this place. Looked pretty busy so we checked it out. Hearty and plentiful traditional Austrian fare. Wait staff was pleasant even when busy. Lots of different areas to this large place, especially multi-levelled room in back(check it out kinda of neat to have diners at a lot of different vantage points. Prices very reasonable. P.S. come back in afternoon for happy hour - BEER IS VERY CHEAP AND GOOD. Turns into busy bar and night club at night, younger crowd and dance music if that's your scene.
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