Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas to ring in its 10th anniversary on Jan. 31

Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is celebrating its 10th anniversary on Jan. 31. Mayor Carolyn Goodman will be on hand for the festivities, which begin at 7 p.m. She’ll tap an honorary keg as well as present a proclamation to commemorate the milestone.

Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas exterior

Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas serves brews imported from Munich, Germany.

“We are thrilled to celebrate 10 years in the most amazing city in the world,” said Stefan Gastager, president of Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas.

Located on the corner of Harmon Avenue and Paradise Road, Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is an exact replica of the legendary Hofbräuhaus in Munich, Germany. Considered the city’s first authentic German/Bavarian beer hall and restaurant, it’s a wonderful place to feast upon schnitzels, sausages, sauerbraten and pretzels – and wash them all down with imported Hofbräu beer.

Guests who attend the birthday celebration may get to partake of a custom beer stein cake created by Le Cordon Bleu culinary school. Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas will also be donating $1 from every liter of beer sold throughout the evening to The Miracle League, a charity advocated by Mayor Goodman. It makes sure children with special needs as well as teens and adults have the chance to play baseball.

Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas dining room

The 380-seat beer hall at Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is filled with picnic-style tables.

The atmosphere at Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is always a delight, blending tradition with fun. Guests will enjoy nightly entertainment by live bands like Die jungen Wernberger and Zofie mit Jukebox. Plus, stein holding contests hosted by MC Johann are often held on Fridays and Saturdays.

“We appreciate all of the overwhelming support we have received over the years,” added Gastager, “and will continue to provide our patrons with the most authentic German experience in Las Vegas for many years to come!”

If you can’t be at Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas for the anniversary, stop by any night this month and raise a beer stein with a loud “Prost!” (Note: That’s the German equivalent of “Cheers!”)


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