At the world’s largest party in Munich, over seven million visitors will consume more than five million liters of beer, 600,000 roasted chickens, and over 400,000 sausages. Fortunately, for those of us who can’t make it to Munich, there are hundreds of Oktoberfest events across North America. And, if you’d like to put on your own Oktoberfest party, these Oktoberfest pages will guide you with ideas for what to serve and where to buy authentic German foods and beverages. From Oktoberfest history to recipes, from Oktoberfest party guides to the Chicken Dance, we have the resources to help you celebrate this iconic fall holiday.
Kick of the Fall holiday season with an Oktoberfest-themed party. Invite who you want, when you want. Stay up late or party til dawn. It’s your take on the world’s largest party!…
Host an authentic casual gathering or a dressed up elegant meal to celebrate Oktoberfest. These recipes use genuine German ingredients, with options from quick-and-easy finger food to spectacular festive dishes….
If you can’t splurge on plane tickets to Germany, consider staging Oktoberfest at home with these ideas and recipes. Whether it’s no-frills or fabulous, this celebration can perfectly capture the essence of fall….
Besides beer, you gotta serve some authentic German ingredients and foods at your party. Here’s a list of the must have brands and products available online, at specialty food stores or at the German aisle of major grocery food stores….
Fortunately, for those of us who can’t make it to the Munich Oktoberfest, there are hundreds of Oktoberfest events across North America — from New York to Vancouver — celebrating German Gemütlichkeit, food and beverages. Oktoberfest celebrations in North America are more popular than ever. Find one near you in our guide to Oktoberfests in the United States and Canada.
With it’s signature crispy brown, herb-and-spice infused skin, and tender juicy white meat, Brathendl, or chicken roasted on the spit, is one of the most popular meals at the Munich Oktoberfest. This Oktoberfest roast chicken is usually accompanied by a giant pretzel, red radish … and the Oktoberfest Chicken Dance.
Especially popular in Southern Germany, the Brezel as it is known in this region, is a familiar sight at the annual Munich Oktoberfest. Learn more about this popular salty snack.