The original Munich Oktoberfest originally took place during the sixteen days up to, and including, the first Sunday in October. While the DAI may have already hosted their celebration last week, our local eateries are just gearing up for their celebration of traditional German foods. Here are a few places you can celebrate Oktoberfest:
Savona – 79 S. Main Street, Centerville 610-9835
pork and sausages Sept 27 – 29.
The Hawthorn Grill – 1222 East Stroop Road, Kettering 298-2222
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 5 – 9pm, Friday-Saturday 5 – 10pm
Enjoy their German menu specials from Sept 25th through Oct 6th
Stuffed Cabbage Rolls Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, 18
Caraway & Apple Cider Pork Chop, Herbed Spaetzle,, Braised Apples & Carrots, 20
Choucroute Garnie, Sauerkraut, Assorted Sausages, Potatoes, Whole Grain & Dijon Mustard, 17
Wiener Schnitzel, Herbed Spaetzle, Braised Red Cabbage, 18
Sauerbraten, German Potato Dumpling, Braised Apples, 19
Autumn Apfelstrudel, Traditional German Dried Fruit and Apple Strudel, Vanilla Custard Sauce, 6
Plum Kuchen, German Plum Cake, Streusel Topping, Vanilla Ice Cream, 6
Amber Rose – 1400 Valley Street, Dayton 228-2511
Hours: Mon 11am – 2pm, Tues – Thurs 11am -9pm, Fri 11am – 10pm, Sat 4-10pm
Their annual celebration begins Friday September 28th and runs through Saturday November 3rd.
They invite you to come in for fun, food, and of course our famous Oktoberfest 10 cent Draft Beer!
And the Minster Oktoberfest runs Fri, Oct 5th – Sun, Oct 7th and emphasizes the community’s rich German heritage. The people of Minster feel that the Oktoberfest is not just an event; it’s a feeling, a spirit, a happy mood that conveys the warmth and friendliness of the community.