The foods of the Haus,
The menu of this year’s Oktoberfest consist of our take on traditional festival, Oktoberfest as well as traditional German home cooking. With there being so few German restaurants in the metro area, Oktoberfest is the one time of the year most of our guest eat a German style meal. To that end we hope you enjoy.
The main food tent offers 3 entrée choices , 3 sausages , sauerkraut , red cabbage, and of course warm German potato salad (a Haus favorite) along with bread and butter.
On the other side for those who want just a quick bite we have our Imbiss stand ( German fast food). There you can have burger, bratwurst or smoked turkey leg. Along with foods to keep the kids happy. As always the Pretzel Ladies will we in crowd with warm buttery pretzel to go with your beer.
The volunteers of Deutsches Haus cook most all the main dishes from scratch,In the traditional style form where our families are from, the Rhienland-Pfalz where my family comes. A style of cooking that I was raised on and to that end what I teach to my own children. To that we hope you enjoy your meal, enjoy the Fest, and enjoy the Haus.
Joe Stephany, Haus Chef
Main Food Service:
Oktoberfest 2013 Menu
Dinner plates are $13.00 they include:
(Side specials will be day of event and priced out as such)
Week one entrée:
Week two entrée:
Week three entrée:
To go box upon request
Sausage all weekends
Sides all weekends
Soup week One
Soup week Two
Soup week Three
Soups 10oz bowl to eat in or to go $3.00
NEW THIS YEAR
All pork sausage a true festival favorite
Pork and veal sausage a Bavarian favorite
From the Pfalz with ham or bratwurst, onions on a sour cream sauce. A fest favorite
From the fryer: