Oktoberfest triggers thoughts of steins of beer and feasts of sausages, hot potato salad, sauerkraut, sweet and sour cabbage and black forest cake. Many of you probably enjoyed some of these last weekend at the DAI’s festival. But for those of you who missed out or just couldn’t get enough- our great independent restaurateurs are making it possible for you to enjoy your own Oktoberfeast:
1400 Valley Street, Dayton 228-2511
Featuring .10 beer special all month long your first draft is only ten cents. Choice of Beck’s Octoberfest, Amber Bock or Bud Light.
All pints are $2.00 till 7p.m. all month. Includes Hoegaarden, Hofbrau, Bud Light, Amber Bock and Beck’s Octoberfest.
German Specials each week including our everyday selections of German fare.
Look for Coupons in the Reach mag and DDN Go Section.
515 Wayne Ave, Dayton 228-COCO
Salad with a Gewurzstraminer vinaigrette, Wiener Schnitzel with a roasted garlic and herb spaetzle and braised red cabbage, housemade apple strudel, paired with a Sam Adams Oktober Ale or glass of Gewurzstraminer for $20.09! Spread the word! For non-drinkers, you should ask for our special house made ginger ale, it’s divine.
1061 Miamisburg Centerville Rd, Washington Township 610-1061
Oktoberfest menu: Thursday, Oct 1st
Rinderrouladen served with potato puree and braised red cabbage – beef stuffed with a pickle spear, carrot stick, slice of ham and a smear of German mustard. It is seared then slow braised in beef stock. Served with Yukon potato puree and braised red cabbage seasoned with bacon, onion, red wine vinegar and sugar.
Steckerlfisch- grilled salmon broquette with a pickle-onion relish, served with Schupfnudeln (potato dumplings)
Gemischtes Würstchenteller (sausages) served over kraut (with juniper, caraway, apples, onions, bacon and beer), spaetzle and German mustard
Potato cake with applesauce
Obatzda –cheese-butter spread, served with handmade soft pretzels
German potato salad
Apple strudel- phyllo wrapped, with raisins, walnuts, sugar and spice
Apple spice cake
Old German honey cookies
German Beer Tasting on Thurs, Oct 1st
ERDINGER HEFEWEISEN, AYINGER OKTOBER FEST-MÄRZEN
& ERDINGER DUNKEL WEIS $12
Early Bird specials for Sept 29th, 30th and Oct 1st 5-6pm:
Sauerkraut balls over German mustard crème
Hot slaw with apples and bacon
Pork schnitzel sandwich with pickles and potato wedges
Pan-seared cod with celery sauce and warm potato salad
Petite Black Forest cake
Apple cider sorbet with honey cookie
$22 for three courses, please select 1 item from each section