Oktoberfests in Dallas (Sept. 22-24)

We have moved into the second weekend of Oktoberfest in the Big D, so hopefully you haven’t put your stein too far away. Here’s where to revel in the German tradition this weekend…

10th Annual McKinney Oktoberfest – Friday, Sept. 22 – Sunday, Sept. 23

“Drawing on the colorful tradition that began in Munich, Germany in 1810, McKinney’s Oktoberfest represents many things to many people. This family-friendly event offers a celebration of tradition and the cultural contributions of German immigrants who settled in Texas. Enjoy authentic German music, food and drink, traditional costumes, dancing, and children’s activities.

Germans have a special word – Gemütlichkeit – suggesting a warm atmosphere of open and generous hospitality, and with that heartfelt welcome, we greet over 50,000 guests to our Historic Downtown. McKinney’s 168 year-old square offers vibrant specialty shops and restaurants.

McKinney Oktoberfest 2017 celebrates its 10th anniversary during the three-day event – September 22, 23 & 24! Opening ceremonies begin Friday evening, and the event continues through Sunday afternoon with more food, entertainment and attractions for the entire family.”

Happiest Hour – Sunday, Sept. 24 at 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

“Save the date for the best new Oktoberfest celebration in Dallas!

From speciality beers to celebrate the occasion to contest and yes, even food specials, this Oktoberfest party is going to be the “Prost!” of the town.

  • Stein hoisting contest hosted by Samuel Adams
  • Live music
  • Free Hoist to all attendees
  • Featured beers: Samuel Adams, Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Co., Real Ale Brewing Company, and Sierra Nevada
  • Beer punch card for complimentary samples of special Oktoberfest beers
  • The best rooftop views in town!
  • Food specials”

Oak Highlands Brewery – Saturday at 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

“Oktoberfest is coming to OHB! Join us for our third annual Oktoberfest party on September 23rd, from 12-6 p.m. We’ll have German music, German food by Kb Brats, German beer, lawn games, and more! Entry is free, and beer will be sold by the pint.

We’ll also be drinking for a cause, as this year we’ve teamed up with the AiRS Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery! A percentage of the day’s sales will benefit this non-profit. The AiRS Foundation’s mission is to raise awareness and funds for reconstructive surgery after a mastectomy for women who cannot afford it. Cheers!”

LUCK at Trinity Groves – Sunday, Sept. 24 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

“It’s Oktoberfest season and we’re ready to celebrate LUCKtoberfest style!

Join us for a day to enjoy a huge lineup of locally brewed, German inspired, craft beer and/or channel your inner Deutschland Mann und Frau with our German Food & Beer Pairing Flight!

Featuring handcrafted German cuisine paired with German inspired North Texas Craft beers:

-Hand-twisted Pretzel & Whole Grain Mustard w/ Peticolas Brewing Company Golden Opportunity (Kolsch)

-Bratwurst w/ Sauerkraut w/ Franconia Brewing Co Wheat (Hefeweizen)

-Schnitzel & Braised Red Cabbage w/ Oak Highlands Brewery DF’Dub (Dunkelweizen)

-Sauerbraten & Mashed Potatoes w/ Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. Oktoberfest (Märzen)

Supplies are still rather limited so there will only be 25 orders, per seating time.

Please plan on arriving on-time for your seating, as not to inconvenience anyone with a ticket to a later seating.

Note: A ticket purchase does not reserve you an immediate seat, just food and beers, but we will do our best to get you seated as quickly as possible as the restaurant will still be open to the public.”

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