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Seven Ways To Eat and Drink Your Way Through Oktoberfest in Las Vegas

You don't have to fly to Munich to celebrate Oktoberfest.

Spago
Spago
Chelsea McManus

Oktoberfest may be a tradition in Munich, but the fall festival sure has learned how to take over Las Vegas. Here, seven ways to celebrate Oktoberfest in Las Vegas.

FORUM SHOPS AT CAESARSSpago brings different German-inspired dishes created by executive chef Eric Klein every week through the end of the month. Land beef short ribs goulash with spätzle, house made beer sausage, chicken Weisswurst, smoked pork loin and more through Oct. 12. Pork schnitzel with potato salad and a German cured meat platter arrive Oct. 13-19. “Flädle Suppe” with beef bouillon and a stuffed veal breast arrive Oct. 20-27. An optional beer flight pairing features three 4-ounce pours for $15.

DOWNTOWNTriple George Grill celebrates Oktoberfest on Friday, Oct. 17, with German-style fare and that Oktoberfest staple — beer — on Triple George’s patio. Live entertainment from Anton Schnitzel and the Merrymakers Polka Band plays from 6 to 9 p.m.

STATION CASINOS — Feast Buffets and Festival Buffets feature an Oktoberfest menu through Oct. 27. Find German potato salad, braised red cabbage, pierogies and caramelized onions, pork loin with mustard sauce, sauerbraten and pretzel bread.

SLS LAS VEGAS — Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book celebrates Oktoberfest outside at the beer garden with daily deals on Samuel Adams OctoberFest including $5 pints and $15 pitchers, and a festive $10 beer and bratwurst combo deal. Additionally, groups can buy three, get the fourth free on pitchers. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays the party amps up with buy one, get one free pints and pitchers.

SUMMERLINDistill celebrates Oktoberfest with a beer pairing dinner on Sunday, Oct. 19, at 6 p.m. for $55 per person at 702-534-1400. Get dishes such as sausage and sauerkraut fritters, Dopplebock, beer bacon and quark cheese soup, pork loin medallions schnitzel, beer battered Dorcsh and marzan.

HENDERSON AND HARMON CORNER — Twin Peaks now has beer poached knotty bratwursts topped with brown mustard and sauerkraut and Sam Adam’s Oktoberfest beer, poured at a freezing 29 degrees.

EASTSIDE — Perhaps the biggest Oktoberfest event takes place year round at Hofbräuhaus. The Bavarian festivities run every day until Oct. 31 and feature celebrity keg tappers every Friday and Saturday along with live entertainment, traditional fare and, of course, plenty of Oktoberfestbier imported from Munich, Germany. Guests can show their strength when the Oktoberfest Stein-Holding contest returns every Friday and Saturday. With two competitions per night, winners will receive a six-pack of Oktoberfestbier and be entered in a drawing to win a grand prize of a dinner for 10.

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