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Have a Sham-Rockin Celebration this St. Patrick's Day at Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas

Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas St. Patrick's Day celebration!


LAS VEGAS (Feb. 21, 2024) – Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is the best of both worlds – the luck of the Irish combined with the beer of the Germans! Have a sham-rockin’ good time at the iconic beer hall and garden on Sunday, March 17 with a menu of Irish-German fusion offerings that can be paired with the restaurant’s premium Hofbräu beer imported directly from Munich.


Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas St. Patrick's Day Beer

 

Featured specials include Spinatsuppe mit Brotwürfelchen, spinach soup garnished with croutons; Gebackener Tortenbrie, breaded brie cheese fried golden brown, served with a spring salad bouquet and garnished with fried parsley and cranberries; Gepökelte Ochsenbrust mit Weißkraut, tender corned beef brisket served with steamed cabbage, carrots and mashed potatoes; and, for dessert, Brotpudding, bread and butter pudding served with vanilla ice cream, whiskey sauce and whipped cream.

 

Available only on St. Patrick’s Day, the special menu can be perfectly paired with the featured cocktail, The Screwy Leprechaun – a lucky combination of Malibu Rum, blue curacao and orange juice served in a 15-ounce hurricane glass.

 

Reservation for St. Patrick’s Day at Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas can be made by calling 702.853.BEER (2337). Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is open Sunday to Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. For more information, follow Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas on FacebookTwitter and Instagram or visit HofbrauhausLasVegas.com.




 

ABOUT HOFBRÄUHAUS LAS VEGAS

The Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is the first German/Bavarian beer hall and restaurant in Las Vegas which creates a true Bavarian beer hall experience that is even more than a dining adventure. No ordinary restaurant, Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is an energetic party daily, with boisterous sing-alongs, dancing in the aisles and on the benches, and premium Hofbräu beer. From its hand-painted ceilings to its imported beer and delicious food, Bavarian hospitality abounds. Guests can savor schnitzel, sausages, sauerbraten, pretzels and so much more.


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