Café Stefanie

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the Amalienstraße around 1900

The Café Stefanie was a coffeehouse in Munich which around the 1900s till the 1920s was the leading artist's meeting place in the city, similar to the Café Größenwahn atmosphere of the Café des Westens in Berlin and the Café Griensteidl in Vienna.[1] [2] [3] [4] The cafe was located on the corner of Amalienstraße and Theresienstraße in the Maxvorstadt not far from the Simplicissimus cabaret and de:Die Elf Scharfrichter. At the time it was one of the few establishments in Munich which stayed open till 3:00 in the morning.

Regular patrons and visitors included Johannes R. Becher, Hanns Bolz, Hans Carossa, Theodor Däubler, Kurt Eisner, Hanns Heinz Ewers, Leonhard Frank, Otto Gross, Emmy Hennings, Arthur Holitscher, Eduard von Keyserling, Paul Klee, Alfred Kubin, Gustav Landauer, Heinrich Mann, Gustav Meyrink, Erich Mühsam, Erwin Piscator, Alexander Roda Roda, Ernst Toller, B. Traven and Frank Wedekind.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schwabing - Ein Lesebuch. Hrsg. von Oda Schaefer. Piper - München, Zürich (Neuausgabe 1985). ISBN 3-492-00666-3
  2. ^ Seewald, Richard. "Café Stefanie (Munich)". blogspot.com. Retrieved 26 September 2013.
  3. ^ "cafe stefanie munich". google.com.np. Retrieved 26 September 2013.
  4. ^ "Bohemia, Psychoanalysis". ottogross.org. Retrieved 26 September 2013.

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Coordinates: 48°08′52″N 11°34′36″E / 48.14778°N 11.57667°E / 48.14778; 11.57667