If you expect Mafiosi with black hats sitting in the corner or Parma ham hanging behind the counter, unfortunately you’re wrong. Corleone is a place which unites art, music and a bar. The range of entertainment is big, although the room is small. It’s not easy to find because the curtains try to hide what happens inside. Even the entrance is not easy to find. You have to go through a garage on the right and use the back door.
The room is small, the walls are kept in grey, a well known animated movie is projected on the walls and lamps hang like christmas tree balls from the ceiling. There is not much space behind the bar, only one bartending woman supplies thirsty visitors with liquors, wine or beer. I know that bartenders have to be fast, but she’s like a robotic bartender, but only her moves. She was very nice and very human.
My conclusion: visit the best hidden place in Munich accidentally!