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About Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas Beer Hall & Beer Garden
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
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas Beer Hall & Beer Garden offers exceptional, traditional Bavarian music nightly. Each month a new band from the Bavarian/Austrian European region performs. Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas Beer Hall & Beer Garden diners can party, sing and participate with traditional beer hall music.
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas features ample, on-site parking, as well as complimentary valet.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Beer Garden, Cocktails, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas Beer Hall & Beer Garden Ratings and Reviews
When our group does it's annual trip to Vegas we make sure this is definitely one of our stops. It typically has great live music with non stop events going on. This time they seemed off their game. While we were there this past Friday it seemed they DJ 'ed the music 75% of the time . The night almost seemed to have this tourist trap feeling. When we left around 9pm i noticed a lot of empty tables ,when in the past that was not a common occurance. So i would say it was not my imagination things were off a little. I had a feeling our waitress up sold us on some things and our bill seemed to reflect this . We didn't drink as much as we had in the past (not even close, because we wanted to avoid any trouble this year) but our bill still was higher than normal and it gave us a little surprise.
If you are going there for your first time I would say go for it! As for us we are probably going to check out a new venue. All good things must come to an end.
As German I can highly recommend the Hofbräuhaus. It is authentic bavarian cuisine and the atmosphere is vibrant. Standing on benches, singing, dancing with a great german beer and food? This is your place to be. We had a blast that night. The Schweinshaxe was superb and the sausages (Weisswurst) were great! The staff are pros and you will end up having a great time.
We came for early Oktoberfest to get some German on. We had several apps and entrees and desserts for our group. Everything we very good, except the meat was not up to Bayern standards.
I lived in southern Germany for 4 years and also attended Oktoberfest in Munich. The beer was comparable, as were the apps and desserts to what you would get at Oktoberfest or a local Gasthaus in Bavaria. The schnitzel and pork roast were not very good, nor the roast beef. Too dull and dry to really enjoy.
Still, I would go again and stick to the wursts for main meal along with apps--the lieberwurst was spot on--yumm.
A great night, thanks!
While not as large, the Hofbrauhaus in Las Vegas has the same atmosphere as the historic location in Munich. And that makes for what is arguably the best place on Earth for the communal drinking of beer. The tables in the biergarten generally seat 4 and the ones in the main hall seat 12+, so bring plenty of friends! (No matter how many you bring, reservations would be recommended during peak times.)
Oktoberfest is the ideal time to sample some authentic German cuisine. I had the Schweinehaxen, which is a leg of pork, cooked while still on the bone leaving it quite tender and juicy. That was served with a dollop of mashed potatoes and another of dumpling, all served over a bed of sweet cabbage. Delicious! I can't wait to go back for some Schnitzel. Come to think of it, I'll be back in town next week, so I might just do that. Prost! (Cheers!)
This was the best night I've ever had out with my boyfriend. Seriously amazing. Our server was so cool. Service for food and the tapped keg was a little slow but to be expected on a night like the opening of Oktoberfest. All other drinks got served in record time aside from the "tapped keg oktoberfest beer" which I was actually shocked got to us so "quick." We did games and danced on chairs... It was great! Highly suggest!
Terrible attitude from hostess at the entrance, very arrogant. I made reservations for the Oktoberfest event and my reservations were not granted. Hostess put my group in the beer garden when I reserved to stay in Main Hall and she was extremely rude and talked to us as if it didn't matter wether we came in or not. I've been to several hofbrauhaus restaurants in the US and this was most disrespectful experience Ive had
It is a great place to go for German food:)
The beer garden makes you forget that you are actually inside .
The part that killed it for me was the servers. Not friendly, mostly fake , and they didn't seem to care.
When you resever a table you can write them a preference. So i did, I requested a table where there is less foot traffic. We get there and we get seated right next to the entrance. So I turn to talk to the lady and she already gone. There is another server standing right by our table and I ask her for a different table and she tells me to take it up with the front desk. We go there and we told them that there was a request entered and they say they couldn't see it and that since it's slow we can seat our selves where ever. So we head outside, under a tree and the feeling is just spot on. The music was going and the fountain is enchanting. Then this server comes up and the first thing she says is "wow you picked the furthest table away , I'm going to need to put on rollerskates to get back here for you ". After that I just wanted my food.
My advise : know what dish you want , go on a busy day so you don't realize how much they don't care, and be prepared to pay 100 ish for beer and food.
I was born and raised in Germany , I have been to plenty of local beergardens , and not once would i get that kind of service.
The one man show was excellent, he is versatile, sing, play various musical instrument, and very friendly.
The only draw back is the acoustic problem, you can hardly hear the conversations, even as close as your friend who is sitting next to you.
The gift shop is a plus. We have some minutes to wait and it's wonderful to be able to wander around in the shop and get somethings with German motifs without having to go to Germany.
Long table seating, a band in lederhosen, good German food and excellent German beer. Combine that with a loud crowd singing along with German drinking songs in a great hall with high ceilings, and you have the Hofbrauhaus. We've been going to Vegas for a number of years and passed by a couple of times, and wondered if it was any good. Question answered. We lived in Germany for nine years when I was in the Army, and this place is authentic, food-wise and ambiance-wise. Don't try and talk to your partner, just nod and make hand signs. Don't forget to tip the waitresses after they do the Chicken Dance!
Warm and flat beer . Undrinkable and they do not correct the problem after you tell them. Good luck finding a waitress if you need anything , as you leave you will see numerous rats running around on the outside walkway. Time to call the Health Dept. Disaster -
I'm sure HBH would have been fine, if we had gotten any service. We showed up on time for a 6:30 PM reservation, and were seated right away. The restaurant was about 1/3 full, and had plenty of staff. Several servers walked by us, ignoring us completely, but I just figured I was not in their section. After a full ten minutes of being truly ignored, my wife and I left. I have been to this restaurant dozens of times over the years, and the service has ranged from mediocre amateur to stellar, but never this bad. If it seems odd I rated the food, it was because the site would not let me leave it blank. I will probably try the restaurant at some point again, just a little miffed now.
If you are looking for a fun Octoberfest setting this is the place to go. The food is good, the beer is cold, and service is fun. Everybody sits at shared tables and there is small German band playing all the old German favorites, it does get a little loud. I would recommend the sausage tower (feeds two) and it has all the different types of fresh sausage and for dessert the apple strudel (yumm). Actually all the food is good. But beware on ordering the burger for kids it has different spices (flavorings) in it that they may not like, so stick with hotdogs (Frankfurters) if you have a picky eater. Other than that there was nothing to complain about. We will definitely be back. $$$
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