Oktoberfest at DBGB Kitchen and Bar, Oct. 17
Wednesday, October 17, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Celebrate with a family style, beer-friendly feast!
Join us for an Oktoberfest dinner pairing some of our favorite brews with a hearty three course menu! Start with Chef Daniel Boulud’s famed charcuterie, a crisp tarte flambé, and follow with heaping platters of porky Choucroute Royale; an Alsatian favorite featuring Roasted Loin, Preskoff, Mustard Braised Shoulder, Braised Cheeks, Smoked Brautwurst and Crispy Belly a top herbed potatoes and housemade sauerkraut. The evening ends on a sweet note, with a parade of Black Forest inspired desserts and beer steins guests can take home! The evening’s beer selections include:
Erdinger Weisse • Mahrs Ungespundt Gravity • Köstritzer
Hofstetten Von 1810 Gravity • Altenmunster • Paulaner • Victory
Wednesday, October 17
(includes tax, gratuity and take home gift)
Tickets are non-refundable but may be transferred.
Celebrate Oktberfest All Month Long!
Join us Saturday, September 22 - October 31 for inspired beer friendly specials! The return of our Polonaise, Viennoise & Berliner sausages, choucroute & hearty sides are perfect to pair with our seasonal beer selection!
For more information:
Olivier Rassinoux, General Manager
DBGB Kitchen and Bar
299 Bowery (at Houston St)
When & Where
DBGB Kitchen and Bar
DBGB KITCHEN AND BAR
299 Bowery at Houston Street | NYC | 212.933.5300 | www.dbgb.com
DBGB Kitchen and Bar is Chef Daniel Boulud’s downtown place where the French brasserie meets the American tavern. Come for the 14 varieties of house-made sausages and Lyonnais inspired seasonal cooking, alongside mouthwatering burgers and towering shellfish platters. Wash them down with any of the 23 craft beers on tap and a selection of affordable table wines. Interiors take their cue from the Bowery’s history as New York’s industrial restaurant supply neighborhood. Floor to ceiling shelves stocked with the restaurant’s own tools, tableware and dry goods overlook a partially open kitchen. In the bar, the writing is - quite literally - on the wall. Culinary quotes fill the mirrors, providing food for thought to accompany a menu of bar bites.