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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:
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Beer Garden, Cocktails, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Hofbräuhaus - Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
We ordered the sausage tower to split between 4 of us as a starter. It was a great way to sample a variety of items. My husband and I then split schnitzel as we were quite full from tower. Everything was delicious and very lively! From the Congo to a beer drinking contest to live music and dancing. We had a great time and would come back again!
Nice atmosphere but didn't live up to the expense by far. $80 for two entrees, pretzel , and a half liter of beer and a soda. I'd suggest it for the experience once, just go knowing your paying a premium for it. Food was good, but nothing above average. There are better places for German food in the area that won't drain your walllet.
I've been meaning to get to the Hofbräuhaus in Las Vegas for several years now, and I was not disappointed. The ambiance was great, even though we were there in the early hours (5pm). The band was starting just as we were leaving, but I would have loved to stay to hear more. I'll return again and again if I'm in town!
The atmosphere can get more authentic. Our Waitress (JULIA) made it a wonderful experience. She was patient, provided suggestions, shared in the laughter and made it worth seeing my son get a spanking. My bill was $500, I felt it was a little high, but it was well worth the experience and letting me share my memories of home with my children and grand children. Remembering homemade me very happy to share. Thank you for a wonderful time!
This is a place everyone should take the time to visit in Las Vegas. I've never tried anything that wasn't completely enjoyable, and the service was great (as always). If you like authentic German food and beer, then you're going to love it here! This is the most authentic Germany food you'll find without crossing the Atlantic Ocean!
Went because we thought it was another German restaurant we had been too, years ago. Was slightly disappointed, but overall had excellent meal and sevice. Asked to be moved to the beer garden for a more intimate dinner. Pre wedding dinner and wanted it to be more intimate instead of sitting at a communal table. Would definately recommend.
We arrive just before closing, but the authentic German band was still playing and was very entertaining. I think there was a German family there requesting songs and dancing on the tables! Was a weekday so not very busy but the food was great… Was craving curry wurst since the last time I was in Germany! Physically looks like the original in Munich, and the beer was just as delicious. Had a great time and would definitely go back.
We have been coming here for years for birthdays, and we always have a great time. I think the guys like the shots with a paddle a little too much. I love their dark beer and the love band is always entertaining. The blonde gut that plays the horn and announce' s the contest is still my favorite.
This was a pretty fun place but I probably won't go back. It's pretty expensive and there are many other better choices. It was $10 for a beer and $18 for a large beer. Our group had 4 LG beers, 1 small beer, 1 cocktail, an appetizer, a pretzel and 1 meal....for $190. No way.
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