In Washington, the Oktoberfest – a Bavarian beer for weeks and a bad boy-themed celebration that takes place every fall – will be a little more muted this year. Due to the COVID-19 action, the European-style village of Leavenworth has canceled its 2020 events, while cities closer to home (such as Kirkland) have followed suit. But that doesn’t mean one can’t celebrate at home with some German sausage and lagers. Here are a few places around Seattle that offer some solid Oktoberfest food to take home or deliver.
Chef Eric Rivera always seems to have new dishes Ballard Restaurant, no matter the day off, and Oktoberfest is no exception. Especially “Beer Hall” Menu are items like bratwurst, pretzels, sauerbraten over egg noodles, and a half-gallon of an Oktoberfest selection from the Snoqualmie Pass Dru Bru brewery. There’s even a glass boot included, as well as a Zoom link to a virtual October 17 beer hall. It costs $ 75 and the package feeds two people.
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South Lake Union Pub with a Bavarian influence feels like Oktoberfest all year round, but stepping up things this fall. There’s a $ 65 carry-on kit that includes a giant pretzel with Obatzda (a soft cheese accompaniment), a growler filled with Weihenstephan’s Festbier, a glass, mini Jagermeister bottle, and other surprises. The bar is also open for limited dinner service, and is owned by the same ownership group as Prost! in Phinney Ridge, which has a similar offer.
Giant pretzels with dipping sauce, and rich Oktoberfest beer available in this place West Seattle’s popular beer destination. The bar will then make the transition straight to the new hop season for late September through October, with soggy hop beers from Cloudburst Brewing, Reuben’s, Skookum and others.
Queen Anne Beer Hall
This great bar on Lower Queen Anne It has earned a reputation as a year-round sports-watching destination, but its food is sure to make it a perfect fit for fall, including wild boar goulash, a selection of grilled sausages, and Knödel pretzels served with veggies and pork. German beer is available in cans and bottles, plus there are bloody marys and a blood orange mimosa cocktail kit for brunch diners.
This beer hall has locations in Tacoma and Leavenworth, but a Capitol Hill venue is much closer for Seattle people who want the full Oktoberfest experience. The food includes a wide selection of wurst, crunchy spatzel, and schnitzel, and the bar recently offered free pretzels to those who came wearing lederhosen or dirndl. There is takeout menu and outdoor seating in the spacious biergarten is available.
It’s a new pop-up on the roof Fremont Foundry – an event space that usually hosts weddings – planned to be held on weekends from 25 September to 31 October. It will serve bratwurst, chili beer and a drink offering from the Munich-based Paulaner Brewery, which has its roots in the 1600s. All food and drinks are available for dinner or take-out.
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