There are many areas in Munich that for many a reasons, creates it as one of the best cities with respect to Nightlife. The area situated around the Münchener Freiheit in Schwabing said to be the best nightlife district in Munich. Having a good number of bars, cafes, restaurants, jazz venue, dance clubs and crowds of students and youthful merry makers. Development in recent time has led in Munich opening of new bars along the streets from Gärtnerplatz, while the Glockenbachviertel, just south of Sendlinger Tor, is the central area of the gay scene. Haidhausen, there provides rather alternative scene.
Apart from above tasked areas, the city has a good range of bars and clubs to accommodate with admission and drink prices can be bit high. There are trendy bar-bistros, bar-cafes that run on around 1800-2200 on weeknights and are immensely popular with a slightly older tourist crowd dancing upon music of 60s, 70s or 80s music. Licensing laws are not restrictive in Munich’s clubs and they remain open until late. The legal drinking age in pubs and clubs is 18.
• Bars: At Türkenstrasse one can have famous Alter Simpl, Türkenstrasse 57 that is known for its relation with satirical magazine Simplicissimus and is decorated with its bohemian ambience. Tresznjewski, Theresienstrasse 72, has an arty flair that extends and become smooth after midnight as is found to be jampacked after it and become very flirtatious. At the ultra-hip Gärtnerplatz quarter there are situated cocktail bars like Ksar Club, Müllerstrasse 31, Holy Home, Reichenbachstrasse 21, and Lizard Lounge, Corneliusstrasse 31 that remains packed with a stylish crowd which is nearly impossible to get a seat. News Bar, Amalienstrasse 55, is located close to the Ludwig Maximilian University that is a very popular hangout. In the Gärtnerplatz area, there are situated many little bars like Morizz, Klenzestrasse 43, and Café Glück, Palmstrasse 4.
• Clubs: There are situated many popular clubs in Munich and most popular among them are as they include are the Alabamahalle, Domagkstrasse 33 having different club nights. In a massive space Babylon-2 is the largest club in Munich with very heavy and packed dance floors and its laser show is worth visiting in Munich. For far intimate touch, the Atomic Café, Neuturmstrasse 5 is quite a trendy spot in the city centre and features the pop and rock music and tours DJs with some live Bands.
• Live Music: Munich is also equally popular for live music performances too as Muffathalle is an immensely popular center with live music, theatre and dance performances. There on site cafe serves food and drink entire day and transforms into a fun and friendly club venue in the evenings. Big-name concerts are performed in the city at the Olympiahalle that is located next to the Olympic Stadium as well as at the enormous Elserhalle, Rosenheimerstrasse.