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Bowling and Beer in Munich

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Bowling and Beer in Munich

Izabella Simmons October 08, 2012

Oktoberfest is coming to an end in Munich, but the celebrations will continue at Theresa Restaurant.

Located in the center of Munich, the restaurant is famous for its bowling alley and urban industrial interior, designed by owner Stephanie Thatenhorst and interior designer Kristina Stöckel. The interiors feature an urban industrial feel with barn lighting and a few modern touches—concrete flooring, hanging bulb pendant lights and metallic tiles. For more information, go to Theresa Restaurant.

Above: The lounge area with chalk board for keeping score.

Above: Each dining area features different chairs and table sizes.

Above: A long communal table for dining and imbibing.

Above: The interiors feature a gray and white palette.

Above: Potted herbs, ready for snipping.

Above: Bread is served in gray linen baskets, and the long tables are made from old floor boards.

Above: The Trash Me Table Lamp by Victor Vetterlein is used as a wall lamp.

Above: The bowling alley in the basement offers extra entertainment.

Above: A strip of chalkboard serves as a signage opportunity; dangling coat hangers for storage.

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