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post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 
I am in Bavaria for the next couple of weeks, and I would like to pick up something cool (a hoody maybe ) for my husband who was kind enough to keep up the routine at home while I am out of the country. I am in Regensburg (if you know any shops there, then that is great!) but I am planning to spend a day in Munich shopping and maybe hitting a couple of museums. I'd really appreciate any tips on the hot shops!
post #2 of 9
jen, in Munich:

1. Viktualienmarkt - very cool food and produce market. highly recomended. I would highly recomend getting some salamis and cheeses to being home here. if you come to the market, coming from the side of the Ubahn station, or the side of the marienplatz square, you will find several stores that have things like shaving brushes, horn combs, wooden hair brushes, pocket knives etc.

2. glyptothek - this is a must see. world class museum of greek and roman artifacts. right across the street is another, theantiquen museum, with smaller artifacts. even if you are not into that stuff, take 2 hours and see both, it is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and really you will really never see two museums like this next to each other. they are within walking distance of downtown.

3. walk around the city, in the area of the marienplatz. a great deal of really nice stores

4. in the train station, if you have your face to the train platforms, and your back to the city, there will be a number of suasage places. if you go to the one that is on your farthest right, they will have a type of sausage that are double sausage links. have one. this may be the best tasting ground meat encased in a tubing product you will ever eat.


have fun
post #3 of 9
Theatinerstraße, and it's one of these Fußgaengerzone (no cars).
post #4 of 9
Found this, a description (in German) of the stores on that street:


Mode in der Theatinerstraße
Theatinerstr.03 Eckerle hochwertige Herrenmode
Theatinerstr.07 Albin Eiselt Pelz Leder
Theatinerstr.07 Maendler hochwertige Damenmode
Theatinerstr.08/Fünf Höfe Ermenegildo Zegna Store
Theatinerstr.08/Fünf Höfe Massimo Dutti Store für Sie + Ihn
Theatinerstr.08/Fünf Höfe Strenesse Flagship Store
Theatinerstr.08/Fünf Höfe Zara Damenmode und Herrenmode
Theatinerstr.11/Fünf Höfe Glenfield Shop Strickmode
Theatinerstr.11/Fünf Höfe Marc O Polo Flagship Store
Theatinerstr.11/Fünf Höfe Max Mara Mode
Theatinerstr.12/Fünfe Höfe D&G Dolce & Gabbana
Theatinerstr.12/Fünf Höfe Emporio Armani Store
Theatinerstr.12/Fünf Höfe Patrizia Pepe italienische Mode
Theatinerstr.14/Fünf Höfe Gundi Ellert Braut + Abendmode
Theatinerstr.14/Fünf Höfe Schlüter Bequeme Damenkleider
Theatinerstr.15/Fünf Höfe De Call excl. Braut + Abendmode
Theatinerstr.15/Fünf Höfe Virmani Designermode in Ethno-Stil
Theatinerstr.29 Hallhuber Mode
Theatinerstr.29 Pink Damenmode
Theatinerstr.29 Rodier Damenmode
Theatinerstr.30 Furla Taschen Accessoires
Theatinerstr.32 Peter Wiedemann Hemdenfachgeschäft
Theatinerstr.33 Georges Rech Mode (geschlossen) Nachfolger ist Papillon
Theatinerstr.35 Stefanel italienische Mode
Theatinerstr.36 More & More Damenmode
Theatinerstr.38 Escada Store
Theatinerstr.42 Esprit Flagship Store Mode für Sie + Ihn
Theatinerstr.44 Laurél Shop
Theatinerstr.44 Roeckl Handschuhe, Accessoires
Theatinerstr.44 Tumi Lederwaren Reisegepäck Accessoires
Theatinerstr.46 Papillon Damenmode (umgez. Theatinerstr. 33)
Theatinerstr.46 Karins Elegante Damen-Businessmode


Schuhe, Schuhgeschäfte
Theatinerstr.01 Puma Flagship Store Sportwear Sportschuhe
Theatinerstr.12/Fünf Höfe Camper Shop Orig. Camperschuhe
Theatinerstr.14/Fünf Höfe TT Bagatt Italienische Damenschuhe
Theatinerstr.27 Charles Jourdan Schuhe Lederwaren
Theatinerstr.31 Thomas hochwertige Schuhe
Theatinerstr.35 Geox Shop Schuhe


Sport, Freizeit, Reisebüros
Theatinerstr.01 Puma Flagship Store Sportwear
Theatinerstr.32 Hapaq Lloyd Reisebüro


Uhren, Schmuck, Optiker
Theatinerstr.12/Fünf Höfe H.Stern Turmalinschmuck
Theatinerstr.30 Thomas Sabo feinster Sterlingssilber Schmuck
Theatinerstr.31 Leinfelder Goldschmiede Juwelier
Theatinerstr.32 Marrying exclusive Trauringe
Theatinerstr.36 Juwelier P.Rath ehem. Hofjuwelier
Theatinerstr.77 Ciro Juwelier Goldschmuck


Parfümerie, Drogerie, Haarpflege, Kosmetik, Apotheken
Theatinerstr.35 Die kleine Theatiner Parfümerie
Theatinerstr.40 Douglas Parfümerie
Theatinerstr.45 Engel Apotheke Medizin Salben


Buchhandlungen Zeitschriften Schreibwaren
Theatinerstr.11/Fünf Höfe Hugendubel Filiale Buchhandel
Thaetinerstr.11/Fünf Höfe Schreibmayr edle Schreibutensilien


Einrichtung, Design, Wohnaccessoires
Theatinerstr.14/Fünf HöfeButlers Tischdeko Wohnaccessoires
Theatinerstr.14/Fünf Höfe Wittenbrink Kunstgalerie
Theatinerstr.15/Fünf Höfe Porzellan NymphenburgManufaktur
Theatinerstr.27 Galerie Mensing Gemälde, Skulptur, Kunst
Theatinerstr.33 Cé Bassetti Bettwäsche Plaids Kissenbezüge
Theatinerstr.47 Betten Rid Hauptgeschäft


Gastronomie und Lebensmittel
Theatinerstr.03 Die süße Schachtel Schokolade, Pralinen
Theatinerstr.08/Fünf Höfe Cafe Kunsthalle Snacks Salate
Theatinerstr.12/Fünf Höfe Aran Cafe Brotbar
Theatinerstr.12/Fünf Höfe Emporio Armani Caffe
Theatinerstr.15/Fünf Höfe Kaimug Thai Schnellrestaurant
Theatinerstr.16/Fünf Höfe Bar Comercial Drinks Italo Küche
Theatinerstr.16/Fünf Höfe Victorian House Teebar
Theatinerstr.22 Cafe Arzmiller
Theatinerstr.32 Mäser Luksch Confiserie Chocolaterie


Sonstiges in der Theatinerstraße:
Theatinerstr.22 Theatinerkirche St. Kajetan


Hinweis: noch sind hier nicht alle Geschäfte der Theatinerstraße aufgeführt. Die Straße ist noch in Bearbeitung.
post #5 of 9
Here is a second list of shops which might be helpful:http://www.monacomedia.de/muenchenwi...x.php/Shopping
post #6 of 9
I'm not too often in Munich but here's what I've gathered:

The Pinakothek der Moderne (http://www.pinakothek.de/pinakothek-...h/englisch.htm) is a nice museum for modern art much like the Guggenheim in NYC.
There is an entire quarter full with museums (http://www.pinakothek.de/ just click on the buildings).

If you care about technology there's always the world's biggest technology and science museum: the Deutsche Museum (it has two outposts; one for planes and one for cars).

The Fünf Höfe are an absolut must-see as it is the coolest shopping area I've ever seen (and I've been around a bit; http://www.toytowngermany.com/munich..._precinct.html ) and very trendy and modern.

If you want to have some Weisswurst I'd recommend the Franziskaner (and remember, it's a breakfast sausage, so you should order it before noon).

Other than that you should take a little stroll from the city over the Residenzstraße (where a lot of posh places are as well; can get there directly from the Franziskaner if I'm not mistaken) to the Feldherrenhalle (this is where Hitler made a lot of his speeches...; right at the end of the Residenzstraße) to the Staatskanzlei and then to the English Garden. Have a pretzel or a Hackse, or what ever you want at a beer garden. Enjoy the Japanese Quarters of the park.

Have a good trip and be sure to use the S-Bahn whenever you need to travel a distance- the best public transportation network I know of.
post #7 of 9
Thread Starter 
Thanks!
I'll let you know what I find.
Jen
post #8 of 9
Gabriele Strehle's flagship Strenesse shop is in Munich. That might be worth a tour, though I'm not sure that LAG's style matches the Strenesse aesthetic 100%. I don't remember the address, though. The only other stores I know of in Munich are Max Dietl - though they carry Attolini and stuff like that, not hoodies - and the shoe store Ed Meier down the block.
post #9 of 9
Thread Starter 
I bought LA Guy a hoodie from Fillipa K. Clean lines, slim cut, subtle details. I think that he will like it. I saw some pieces that were a bit more striking, but they were either out of my price range or out of my comfort zone. (Buying for my husband when he is not around can be dangerous...He has very strong opinions as I am sure you know) I went to the Helmut Lang store, and they had no more Helmut Lang on the men's side. Only Jil Sander, Neil Barret, Costume National. They had a few spring pieces for the women, but I wasn't shopping for myself. Near the Fillipa K store (13 Maximillianstrasse) There were two great boutiques Pool and Klamotte and an excellent restaurant/cafe called Brennans which was not very German, but still quite good. In fact, in that little platz, I felt almost like I was back in LA. Then it started to rain, and I skipped the Englisher Garten to go back to the hotel to pack up for my flight home.
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