Milchstrasse 17, Munich, 81667, Germany
Tel: +49 (0) 89 44142762
Sitio web: View bar's website
Horarios: Mon-Sat 8pm-late
Puerta: Llega temprano
Estilo: Bar de cocteles
Recomendado para: Cocteles
Guía de precios: Medio
Alimentos: Sin alimentos
Imágenes por: diffordsguide.com
As the name suggests, a single-room bar, and a tiny one at that, in fact the smallest in Munich with room for only a handful of punters - on our first visit we couldn't even get in. Located to the east of the River Isar, and so probably a taxi ride away from the rest of your Munich bar tour, you'll find this bijou bar atmospheric and cosy, not least because you are practically sat in the laps of your fellow drinkers.
What that also means is that you can expect extremely close and personal service from the single bartender, Emanuele Ingusci, who is also the owner. He opened the bar in March 2008, which is commemorated on the decorative old till, which displays the pre-Euro currency of 4 Marks and 8 Pfennigs. The bar is full of antiquarian touches, old drinks paraphernalia, dropper bottles, kilner jars, atomizers and detailed cocktail and spirits books - an indication of the well-made, artisanal drinks on offer. A deceptively large collection of premium spirits is crammed into the space behind the bar - including some 70 rums.
Barroom is on an otherwise residential street and is one of the bars we'd recommend getting a taxi to - and we'd definitely recommend you do visit.