Oktoberfest may be a Munich, Germany, festival of beer, but that's not going to stop Las Vegas from joining in the party. Whether it's a marzen beer and pretzels, a keg tapping or something more upscale with Wolfgang Puck, Vegas has Oktoberfest covered. Here now, 10 ways to eat and drink your way through Oktoberfest in Las Vegas.Read More
10 Ways to Eat and Drink Your Way Through Oktoberfest
Barley's Casino & Brew Pub
Barley’s has Red Rock, ia marzen-style lager that's the traditional Oktoberfest beer through Oct. 6 with two specials that will each include a 20-once Red Rock with a bratwurst or soft pretzels.
Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant
Park on Fremont
Every Thursday and Friday through Nov. 22, the patio at Press at the Four Seasons turns into a beer garden with craft and Oktoberfest beers, beer-inspired cocktails and beer-centric dishes.
Public House at the Venetian celebrates Oktoberfest with a Lebensmittel and Bier pairing menu available through Oct. 5. Traditional German dishes such as fresh baked pretzel with a sauce trio and beer bratwurst are paired with brews including Firestone Oaktoberfest, Ballast Point Oktoberfest and Ayinger Oktoberfest.