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About Hofbräuhaus - Las Vegas
The Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is the only authentic German-Bavarian restaurant & daily Oktoberfest experience in Las Vegas.
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is more than dining, it is an entertaining experience full of Bavarian charm, free live-music nightly, and delicious food meant to be savored like schnitzels, sausages, Sauerbraten, pretzels and more. With its beer hall and air-conditioned Biergarten (beer garden), it’s Oktoberfest every day.
Hofbräu beer is shipped direct from Munich, Germany and held to the standards of the 500-year-old purity law. Beers on draft include: Premium Lager, Hefeweizen (wheat beer), Dunkel (dark beer) and a variety of seasonal beers.
Take-out service is available.
From corporate parties to weddings, groups are always invited to the Haus, and Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas can accommodate parties up to 1,000 people. Call the professional sales team at (702) 740-7888 for more information.
Las Vegas, NV 89169
German, Beer Garden, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
Lunch menu being served:
Monday-Friday 11:00am - 4:00pm
Harmon and Paradise across from the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas offers exceptional, traditional Bavarian music nightly. Each month a new band from the Bavarian/Austrian European region performs. Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas diners can party, sing and participate with traditional beer hall music.
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas features ample, on-site parking, as well as complimentary valet.
Private Party Facilities:
The famous Beer Hall (Schwemme) is the “historical heart” and main attraction of Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas. With its traditional beer hall design and live music nightly it is sure to be one of your favorite attractions in Las Vegas. The Beer Garden (Biergarten) is duplicated after the Munich garden with one big exception -- it is a year-round temperature-controlled environment. The Biergarten features blue skies, patio dining, a water fountain and - most importantly -- beer.
Private Party Contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org: (702) 740-7888
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Hofbräuhaus - Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
This is a very different experience from the Original Hofbräuhaus in Munich, but every bit as much fun. In the Bier Hall there is live music with bands imported from Germany and Austria, Dancing, Stein holding contests, and other fun. Seating is at long tables and benches where you will talk to strangers and meet new friends from around the world. Be sure to wear your Lederhosen or Dirndl as my date and I did, and you will be the HERO of the evening! For a quieter more romantic experience there is the Biergarten (to the rear) where you can almost experience a spring evening in Munich. Both rooms serve the same wonderful Bavarian food served by Dirndl clad ladies, and of course the same Bier you get in Munich. PROST!
Another good evening at the Hofbrauhaus. The beer, of course, was fantastic. The food was good, but not great. The pork shank special was over cooked and dry but the half chicken was okay. The noise level is always extreme there, especially on nights when the band is playing. Best German restaurant in Vegas, but mostly because it's about the only German Restaurant in Vegas.
It's like being at the Munich Oktoberfest while you're in Las Vegas! The beer and the food is authentic German and portions are generous. The music reminds me of the beer fests I attended back in the '80s while stationed in West Germany in the Army. If you've never been to a German beer hall - this is a must see while in Sin City!
If you've ever been to Munich, this will bring back great memories. From the outside of the building to the beer and to the music and the atmosphere, you will feel like you're in Germany. Start off with a beer and jumbo pretzel. My favorite entree is the Wiener Schnitel. Best ever! After another beer, no room for dessert, even as tempting as it was. Atmosphere is just fun sitting at large tables with fun strangers next to you. Order a shot and you get a swat. Never saw that in Munich, but it seemed like the guys enjoyed the swat from the waitress.
We made a reservation, but waited half hour. Yes, it was busy, but didn't have confidence the girls at the front had things under control-was squabbling between them. Just to be seated after the wait, we agreed to share a table with non-English speaking people. It was very awkward. The whole process was tension filled.
Great German food. Good German Beer. Had a great German beer garden theme in two unique seating areas. Service is hard at this LAS location given the sheer number of customers. The "Swat with a Shot" girl is a little rough. 3rd time there. Will always bring the customer, friends, co-workers there. the valets on the 9th of March, 2017 did a nice job keeping the riff raff outside away from us.
We took my parents for a family outing. My father served in the army in the 1950's and loves German food. He really enjoyed his sauerbraten and didn't even mind the singers . He and mom were singing along with the crowd. Very fun evening . Do not go if you want peace and quiet.
We have driven past this restaurant for years and remarked we needed to try it. This day we chose to - we were surprised with the seating, the ambiance and the exceptional service and entertainment. Y mom is elderly, with German roots and my husband is Police sh. Both found foods common to a memory that they were fond of. Even if you are just wanting to check it out, stop by for a pretzel, beer and dessert. Oh my, the desserts!
Loved the Hofbrauhaus!!!!!! I will definetly go back next time I visit Vegas....and probably every time after that too! We got to the Hofbrauhaus on a Saturday at 4 and it seemed like most parties just ate and left. We were there for 4 hours and it seemed to liven up as we were leaving. It was a total blast and I can't wait to go back! Herb was a great waiter!!!!
Compared to Munich this location is weak. The noise level was too much, although that is part of the beer hall ambiance. Hard to converse at all. Service and food were very good. Beer did not taste as fresh as that in Munich. Paddling for shots seemed out of control.
Was a fun experience overall.
We were in Las Vegas for vacation. My nephew has driven by the restaurant numerous times & suggested we might want to try it before the show. It was wonderful. We grew up with all these foods & music. It was so much fun with the music, outfits & food. We all wanted to stay & just listen to the music. Unfortunately we already had tickets to a show that night. We will definitely eat there any time we are in town. Thank you so much for the wonderful experience.
We had coupons for free beer, presented up front to our server Herbert. He delivered the beer. We placed our order for food, someone else delivered the food. No one ever came back to see if the food was ok or not. Our beer was empty, no one ever came to ask about a refill. Finally we caught a server going by and ordered more beer. We ordered a bread pudding dessert "to go" no ice cream. I told him I can't have ice cream. Finally we were finished and Herbert brought the check - guess what? We were charged for the "free beer". And the dessert had ice cream in the container, melting all over my bread pudding. He corrected the error on the bill, but I can't help but wonder how many people who dont check their tickets pay for "free beer". It was a very frustrating experience and the restaurant was not busy at all. Sad
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