Why do we have breakfast at 6 p.m.
11 cafés where you can still have breakfast after noon
Are you feeling the same? You wake up much too late on the weekend or loiter in the morning and suddenly it's two o'clock, even though you actually wanted to go to breakfast. Since I've googled "breakfast in the afternoon" often enough on Sundays, I thought it would be time for a breakfast guide after noon. And to my surprise there were more addresses than expected. Since breakfast was not enough for me until 2 p.m., you will only find cafés here where you can have brunch until 4 p.m., 5 p.m. or even until midnight. Safety first and bon appetite!
© Franziska Hermann Breakfast, lunch and drinks in Café Rosi
Where there used to be a skate shop on the corner between Gasteig, Müller'schem Volksbad and Isar, the carbon thread shops in hip Rosi have been shining for a few months now. Not only do you have a huge breakfast selection here - from vegan tofu scrambled eggs to a British brunch with fried eggs, fried potatoes, beans and bacon - everything is included - the shop also serves breakfast until 3 p.m.!
At Rosi you have the opportunity to order your meal from 12 noon to 2 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. There is both delivery and collection, you can find the card on the homepage. And then just call us on 0151/54774636. You also have the opportunity to get a coffee, spritz or MaxlRainer beer to go between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m.
© Anja Schauberger Order apple and cinnamon porridge at Café Schneewittchen
Café Schneewittchen in Glockenbach is one of those shops that you can easily walk past if you don't know it. But if you have been inside and eaten warming apple and cinnamon porrdige, scrambled eggs with sun-dried tomatoes and sheep cheese or the pancakes with Nutella, you will have found a good breakfast address here forever. The delicious bagels are also highly recommended - especially the one with salmon and cream cheese! And best of all: breakfast is available all day!
© Ida Heinzel Have breakfast around the world at Maria
If you like to have breakfast in Munich, you will not miss Maria. The small, charming shop in what is perhaps the most beautiful Glockenbach corner offers an unusual breakfast menu - breakfast goes around the world: to Greece, Miami, to the Alm and to Tel Aviv! We especially love the oriental breakfast at Maria, for example you get super good Shakshuka with tomato, egg, spinach and roasted fallow bread. At the weekend you can also order from the weekend sun special card. We love too: Breakfast is served until 6 p.m. and you can sit outside too - so everything is included!
- The Maria
- Klenzestraße 97, 80469 Munich
- Tuesday - Saturday: 8.30 a.m. - 11 p.m., Sunday & Monday: 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. | Breakfast until 6 p.m.
- Breakfast between 5.90 and 11.90 euros | Shakshuka for 11.90 euros
- More info
© Cotidiano Breakfast all day at Cotidiano Schwabing
You can hardly recommend the Cotidiano to breakfast bars with a clear conscience - but the place has a delicious breakfast all day! That's why we're going to switch to the Schwabing branch, which hasn't been around for that long and it's not that overcrowded either. The selection on the menu is large and delicious, and the prices are okay - for example, a vegan breakfast is available for 6.90 euros, and scrambled eggs with salmon for 8.90 euros.
- Cotidiano Schwabing
- Hohenzollernstrasse 11, 80801 Munich
- Monday - Thursday: 7.30 a.m. - 10 p.m., Friday & Saturday: 7.30 a.m. - 11 p.m., Sunday: 7.30 a.m. - 9 p.m. | Breakfast all day!
- Breakfast selection between 5.90 and 9.90 euros (for two people 23.90 euros)
- More info
© Nina Vogl Have a leisurely breakfast with a view in Café Glockenspiel
Amazing selection, amazing food and amazing view. The best time to have breakfast at Café Glockenspiel is when your parents are visiting. Directly at Marienplatz it is also the perfect meeting place for people who live in different parts of the city. Feeling a bit like a tourist again between the shrimp cocktail, truffle veal liver sausage and aloe vera yoghurt with a view of the town hall is not the worst either. Make a reservation at the weekend, breakfast is served here until 4 p.m.!
- Café Glockenspiel
- Marienplatz 28, 80331 Munich
- Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - midnight, Friday and Saturday: 9 a.m. - 1 a.m., Sunday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. | Breakfast until 4 p.m.
- Breakfast combinations between 6.80 and 16.20 euros
- More info
© Anja Schauberger Spend the day at the breakfast buffet in the Baader Café
The Baader is known for its large breakfast buffet, which (except in midsummer) always takes place on Sundays between 9:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Here you can take yourselves in different portion sizes - depending on what your heart desires. And otherwise the café always has a great breakfast until 4 p.m., which is somehow different, just as the whole shop is somehow different (which is absolutely meant as a compliment!). With a bit of luck you can get a sunny spot outside to eat buttermilk waffles, scrambled eggs, French toast or a breakfast burrito. A dream!
- Baader Café
- Baaderstraße 47, 80469 Munich
- Sunday - Thursday: 9.30am - 1am, Friday and Saturday: 9.30am - 2am (breakfast until 4pm, Sunday breakfast buffet until 3pm!)
- Food approx. 6.50 euros, breakfast buffet 11.20 euros
- More info
© Café Wiener Platz Breakfast all day at Café Wiener Platz
The café on Wiener Platz is one of those down-to-earth cafés that every quarter has - spacious, large selection, cozy, but also not extravagantly furnished. The breakfast menu has everything you would like to eat from morning to evening: omelette with smoked salmon, avoado with cottage cheese, bagels, pancakes and much more. Breakfast is served here until midnight, believe it or not - for the real late risers.
© Bapas Brunch and tapas at Bapas
The newly opened Bavarian tapas bar on Leopoldstrasse also serves breakfast - from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.! Omelette, fruit salad, orange juice, the bapas can also be brunch. In the large restaurant you are guaranteed to find a place, here you can not only sit comfortably and very stylishly inside, but also enjoy the sun outside.
© The Victorian House English breakfast at The Victorian House on Rotkreuzplatz
We're big fans of all the Victorian Houses in Munich - while the branch on Viktualienmarkt can be quite full on weekends, Rotkreuzplatz is a bit quieter. Here you can feast on the breakfast menu until 5 p.m. - in addition to the traditional English breakfast, there are also the usual combinations with croissants, fried eggs and pancakes. Such a great card that the decision can take until 5 p.m.
- The Victorian House on Rotkreuzplatz
- Ysenburgstrasse 13, 80634 Munich
- Daily from 9.30 a.m. to 1 a.m., Sundays until 7 p.m. (breakfast from 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.!)
- Breakfast combinations between 4.50 and 16.90 euros
- More info
© Gartensalon Chia muesli and butter croissants until 7 p.m. in the garden salon
The garden salon in the backyard between Amalienstrasse and Türkenstrasse is not only a great address for coffee and cake, but above all for breakfast - you can get it all day long! Chia muesli with coconut milk, French butter croissants or scrambled eggs with goat cheese, tomatoes, olives. A great plus: the café is cute, colorful, outside and inside, and has a wonderful sun terrace.
© Café Hüller Order olive and sheep cheese scrambled eggs at Café Hüller
Café Hüller on Reichenbachbrücke proves that size doesn't matter - it only has a handful of tables, so you have to be lucky here or just make a reservation. When the weather is nice, you can sit incredibly well in the sun - with a view of the Isar. Good for the undecided: the breakfast menu is clear and carefully selected. The dishes are all extremely affordable for being so tasty. We recommend the Greek breakfast with scrambled eggs and sheep cheese and homemade hummus. The coffee comes from the Fausto roastery in Untergiesing, and you can have brunch here until 4 p.m.
Cover picture: © Das Maria
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