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Oktoberfest 2015 Dining and Drinking Guide

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Oktoberfest 2015 Dining and Drinking Guide ( The Dawson)

Oktoberfest 2015 Dining and Drinking Guide ( The Dawson)

 

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Bohemian House: No better place to celebrate Oktoberfest than a contemporary Eastern European restaurant. Bohemian House is getting in on the festivities in a big way this year via Schnitzelfest. That’s right, a whole multi-day festival to honor the almighty schnitzel, one of the quintessential noshes for Oktoberfest menus. Happening nightly from September 21 through September 23, the restaurant plays host to guest chefs from around the city serving up their signature schnitzel innovations. On September 21, diners can feast on duck schnitzel by TETE Charcuterie chefs Thomas Rice and Kurt Guzowski; on September 22, it’s merguez schnitzel by The Bristol’s chef Sean Pharr; and on September 23, Nathan Sears of The Radler provides smoked brisket schnitzel. Each evening, the guest chefs will be in attendance to mix and mingle. Diners will also be able to wash things down with beer specials like Goose Island Oktoberfest, Erdinger Oktoberfest, and Timmermans Pumpkin Lambicus.

Troquet River North: It may be French, but Troquet River North is paying homage to its European neighbor with some Bavarian specials from September 19 through October 4. To drink, there’s Revolution Oktoberfest and Two Brothers Atom Smasher Octoberfest Lager on hand, both for $5. To eat, chef Tim Davidson is whipping up house marinated sauerbraten sandwiches with pickled red cabbage on pretzel buns.

Timothy O’Toole’s Pub: For two days, Timothy O’Toole’s swaps out its Irish swag in favor of German garb. The famed Irish bar celebrates