We had a "traditional" German feast at Der Ratskeller (located at Marienplatz) and Munich along with the rest of the travelers in our group. This included the tapping of the keg and a family-style meal with music, yodeling, and the works. I've got to admit, for a themed dinner it was not overly cheesy (well, minus the Chicken Dance) and really quite fun.
More cowbell! Also, the cowbell lady was a yodeling pro.
Overall, I feel like I ate similar meals to this throughout the trip. Mom and Sissy definitely struggled, as the only meat they eat is chicken (Mom also eats seafood). I found that the concept of vegetarian meal options doesn't seem to exist as prominently in Germany, much as I experienced in France.
We drank beer (of course!) and wine (summer = German Riesling Spatlese for me!). This is where a fellow traveler introduced me to a Radler, a beer mixed with lemon soda. Delish! We started with a Munich leaf salad with small meatballs, then moved to a meat platter of different sausages, wiener schnitzel, veal knuckles, and roast chicken. For side, there were fries (I ate a lot of fries in Germany), sauerkraut, and dumplings. Dessert was a treat too, with a curd cheese strudel and vanilla sauce, plus chocolate-covered strawberries. Woof, we ate so much!
It was a great time for the entire family... We just don't all sit around a table together that often anymore as we live in different states. I think that was probably the best part of the meal in total. I'd definitely recommend Der Ratskeller for a traditional, campy fun themed dinner in Munich, or Bavaria for that matter.