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Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas hosts VIPs to celebrate 10 year anniversary

Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas celebrates 10 years with great food, beer and VIPs-slide0
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Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas hosted Dr. Markus Söder, Bavarian State Minister of Finance, Regional Development and Regional Identity in a ceremony and honorary keg tapping in honor its recent 10-year anniversary. Along with representatives from the German General Counsel, executives of notable Las Vegas charities and political dignitaries, Siegfried Fischbacher of Siegfried and Roy was in attendance.

Bavarian State Minister of Finance and Siegfried Fischbacher of Siegfried and Roy are two of the VIPs
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To thunderous applause, Dr. Söder thanked everyone for attending and the crowd sang along to traditional German music and toasted in German.

Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is the first German/Bavarian beer hall and restaurant in Las Vegas. This faithful reproduction of the world’s most famous beer hall, the original, centuries-old Hofbräuhaus in Munich, Germany, is an authentic and entertaining blend of tradition and fun.

The dining room is a large beer hall lined with long wooden tables with bands booked from Europe playing traditional German and Bavarian music to entertain the diners. Through the back entrance is the tree-lined beer garden. A full bar and gift shop is located in the lobby of the restaurant.

Classic Bavarian sausage specialties, which are a big staple in German food, are made fresh and it is served in the traditional style of Europe with the sides to enhance the meat. This would include Münchner Weisswürste, two of Munich’s famous white sausages (veal and pork) traditionally poached or grilled and Nürnberger Rostbratwürstl , three roasted pork sausages with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes.

Bavarian specials include Schnitzel Wiener Art, a classic breaded pork cutlet served crisp with cranberries and homemade bavarian potato salad and Schweinebraten, a pork roast with vegetable garnish, dark beer sauce, potato and breaded dumpling.

Other menu items include schnitzels, sauerbraten, dumplings, French fries, Bavarian potato salad, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, red cabbage, spätzle, German rye bread, American rye bread, freshly baked pretzel, Bavarian sweet mustard and spicy homemade onion mustard.

Beer is brewed using original recipes handed down by the Duke of Bavaria and is imported directly from the brewery in Munich. A brew master in Germany oversees the brewing of its three beer varieties available all year plus seasonal specialties like Oktoberfest, Maibock and Hefe Weizen Dunkel.

For more information, visit www.hofbrauhauslasvegas.com.