Here is some historic background. If you don’t know the story about Jennerwein. In former times he was a poacher hunting deers in the woods illegally and was giving it to the starving farmers. So you can say he was the Bavarian Robin Hood, but in this case he really existed. But unfortunately he was shot dead by his friend, who was a hunter.
Sounds bad, but the good thing is, that in honour of his name, a bar was opened, which has been around for about twenty years now. The interior looks like a mixture between an old Bavarian hunter’s home with deer antlers on the wall and a bar. Well indeed, it is a bar serving beer, wine and long-drinks. Jennerwein has this cosy atmosphere, which invites for a long conversation and is suitable for a group of up to six or eight people.
My conclusion: don’t miss Jennerwein, if you visit Schwabing, because it’s one of Munich’s institutions and it gives you a cultural experience of how Bavarians idolise their heroes.