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There are tons of Halloween parties going on this weekend but if you have no plans yet, the Halloween house at Werksviertel is worth the visit. It took them 3 weeks to set this up.

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Welcome back to the Munich Post! The purpose of this newsletter is to share: 3 bits of news, 2 upcoming events, and 1 amazing restaurant/café for expats living in and around Munich. This way, you have a pulse on what’s going on without scrolling through thousands of pages.

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Reminder, next Tuesday November 1, is a holiday in Bavaria. Woohoo!


3 bits of news

The NFL is coming to Minga

The NFL is pretty much hyped in the US and now the hype is coming to Munich.

The game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Seattle Seahawks scheduled for Sunday, November 13, (live from 2 p.m. on ProSieben and ran.de) will be the biggest American football event in the history of the Federal Republic.

According to ran.de, there will be parties going on all around Odeonsplatz., to celebrate the “the NFL fan event.”

From Thursday, November 10th to Saturday, November 12th, Odeonsplatz, in the center of Munich, will be transformed into a paradise for NFL fans from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The so-called Fan Activation offers gigantic free-standing photo frames for unforgettable snapshots, team photo walls, oversized helmets and NFL merchandise.

During these three days, 14 pubs in the city will be dedicated to the NFL. The Hofbräuhaus is then Bucs territory in the evening, and the Augustiner Bräustuben will support the Seahawks.”

Check out the many events starting from 8th November. Here’s the news and events information (in German but if you look at it do check out the last part of the page).

Munich bans diesel vehicles starting February 2023

There is not much news to tell except that you should look back at this article where we talked about what kind of diesels are banned.

You can find the news here (in German).

No U1 from October 30 – to November 3

No newsletter without news about public transportation, right?! I feel for anyone who rides the U1. Due to construction and maintenance work, U1 l won't be running from Sunday, October 30 to Thursday, November 3, from around 10:30 p.m. until the end of service. The Munich transport company (MVG) will replace the U1 service with buses.

For the specific buses and routes, please check here to learn more ( the article is in German but you’ll figure out your route with respect to your station).

2 upcoming events

There are tons of Halloween parties going on this weekend but if you have no plans yet, the Halloween house at Werksviertel is worth the visit. It took them 3 weeks to set this up.

Made in Minga – Handmade market

Made in Minga is an exhibition that features insightful and exciting themes from many sectors of society.

The consumer exhibition promoting the Munich way of life will reopen its doors at the Paulaner am Nockherberg with more than 110 exhibitors.

Here you’ll find just about everything from a mixture of start-ups and manufacturers to established companies all on one site making this event a special platform for every industry. Whether playful accessories, hand-made greeting cards and jewelry or one-of-a-kind upcycled items, sustainable furnishings, natural care products, you’re certain to find gifts for everyone on your list. pecially distilled spirits and culinary delights can also be bought at this fair.

Location: Paulaner am Nockherberg, Munich

Date: Saturday, October 29, 12 noon to 8 p.m. / Sunday, October 30, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Tickets: 5 euros reduced, 8 euros in advance, 10 euros at the box office, 15 euros for a 2-day ticket.

You can find more information here.

Love board games? Then check out this event

From Friday, November 11 to Sunday, November 13, the Spielwiesn, a family festival and cult gathering for gamers will open its doors for the 29th time. Gamblers, strategists, bluffers, and tacticians can look forward to three days of pure gaming enjoyment at the MOC (Lilienthalallee 40), a sizable gaming paradise in Munich.

Friday 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. / Saturday, 10 a.m. -11 p.m. / Sunday 10 a.m. 6 p.m.

Further information at www.spielwiesn.de.

Tickets (day ticket adults 17 euros, children 12 euros, children under 5 years free).

1 new restaurant/café to try

Bindas - Indian Street Food

Thank you, CB for recommending this place. I am actually going to check it out this week with my friend Aftab (Happy Birthday once again).

Reviews look good ✔️

Authentic ✔️

Spicy ✔️

Check their website for more.

Meme of the week

Have a great weekend,

Aazar (writer) and Christina (editor and scout)

Heidi Benson (editor)

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