Voluntarily closed to the public since March 2020 shuttered nonessential businesses across Nevada, the huge Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas officially prepares to reopen its Bavarian beer hall this summer.
The restaurant, which features 24-foot ceilings and room enough for 1,000 customers inside its unmissable 20,000-square-foot building, is currently hiring for all positions and plans to soon reveal an exact debut date. Yet to be confirmed, online dining reservations are being accepted beginning June 1.
Famed for its Oktoberfest celebrations, generous steins of imported beer, and a lengthy menu of Bavarian-inspired dishes, homesick European fans of schnitzel, currywurst, and pork shank have made the boisterous venue a very busy destination since its launch in early 2004. Thee venue has long been a favorite of large corporate and group events, still essentially shut down by the pandemic.
Located at the intersection of Paradise Road and Harmon Avenue across from the just opened Virgin Hotels, the restaurant features a replica of the original Hofbräuhaus am Platzl beer hall in Munich, Germany. The franchise’s eight-year residency in Chicago ended earlier this year, casting doubt if the Las Vegas flagship would eventually return.
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