Looking for a fun way to spend Oktoberfest? Whether you’re a diehard German beer fan or simply love a good party, visiting one of the restaurants listed below will appeal to any beer connoisseur.
Zum Schneider Restaurant and Biergarten: Visitors may note that the restaurant has an atmosphere reminiscent of Oktoberfest year-round, but the party gets even better when the festival rolls around. All of the beers offered at the restaurant are imported from Germany, waitresses wear traditional Alpine costumes and an oompah band entertains guests who have come to sample the wide selection of beer.
Alpine Village Restaurant: Alpine Village in the Greater Los Angeles area offers diners the opportunity to try traditional German cuisine including bratwurst and pretzels during the Oktoberfest celebration. German beers are featured during the event, and wines are available for visitors who prefer a different type of beverage. Alpine Village also features shops and a market, so guests have the option to browse for commemorative items before heading home.
Chicago Brauhaus: Chicago Brauhaus features constant entertainment during Oktoberfest. Highlights of the event include live music, yodeling contests and dancing. A special Oktoberfest menu offers plenty of imported beer selections from Germany and traditional Bavarian fare. Diners can treat themselves to a luscious slice of German chocolate cake to complete the experience.
Freakin’ Frog: Oktoberfest at the Freakin’ Frog is unusual because the establishment is not specifically a German beer house. The Las Vegas bar boasts the largest selection of beers in the U.S. While it may not be a German restaurant, patrons are sure to have an amazing time at the Oktoberfest celebration that features 20 special beer selections.