We had friends visit us from Good Ol' Deutschland this past week and on Sunday night were treated to a nice dinner at the Hofbräuhaus here in Las Vegas.
We've been there before with other guests and it remains a popular destination. The food, beer, music, and atmosphere are authentic. Curry wurst, Jaegerschnitzel, German Chocolate cake, and cheese cake were on the plates.
But I have to say one thing - if you want to end your stay and still be able to hear, ask to sit in the 'Biergarten' portion of the restaurant in the back. The main hall in the front of the restaurant is non-stop LOUD! The Biergarten is actually larger than the main hall and is quite nice - and you'll be able to carry on a conversation without the need for shouting at the top of your lungs! Really, my ears hurt all the way home and were ringing most of Monday!!
As often as we've been there, I've yet to pick up a souvenir of the place. I wanted a stein that said 'Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas' on it but they wanted like $180 for one. Nope! So I saw this odd shaped stein and picked it up for about $15. I didn't realize this was part of a set - this one is the female with Dirndl version and then there's a male with Lederhosen one. It's cool and one day perhaps I'll complete the set.Enjoy! Opa Fritz and Oma Bettina