If you haven’t been to Germany, Oktoberfest is a festival where their authentic culture comes to Addison. A recreation of German culture is coming on September 20-23. There will be various food vendors who capture traditional dishes that range from turkey leg, sauerkraut, sausage, and bratwurst. To start off, they will have a wide variety of snacks that range from giant pretzels to German styled fritters in addition to several selections of beers to choose from. Â Â
Here is a sneak peak of Chamberlain’s Bau Haus. There are three different types of smoked sausage: Sausage Veal & Pork, Smoked Bratwurst,Â Veal & Pork Belly. Behind the sausage is Braised Pork Loin.
Underneath the sausage was homemadeÂ sauerkraut simmered in chicken stock topped with a savory cherry sauce.
Lastly, ending the with Barvian Apple Strudel with Brown Sugar Cinnamon Glazed Apples to pair with a Calvados Brandy Caramel Sauce.
Chef Richard Chamberlain of Chamberlin’s restaurant’s reservations sells out fast.
Be sure to grab your Oktoberfest tickets to enjoy live bands, festivities, and food!
About Addison Oktoberfest
Named one of the countryâ€™s most authenticÂ OktoberfestÂ celebrations byÂ ForbesÂ andÂ USA Today, AddisonÂ OktoberfestÂ features four days of family-oriented entertainment. German entertainers in authentic costumes perform traditional Bavarian folk dances, schuhplatten, oompah music, sing-a-longs, yodels, theÂ OktoberfestÂ 5K benefitting Wipe Out Kids Cancer and more. A special â€œOktoberfestâ€ Paulaner Bier is served along with several types of German sausage, sauerkraut, strudel, giant pretzels and more. There are carnival rides, midway games, and childrenâ€™s entertainment. Guests can register to dine at the Chamberlainâ€™s Brau Haus for a full-service dining experience featuring an exclusive menu.
Tickets are available for advance purchase atÂ www.AddisonOktoberfest.com