Oktoberfest Celebration at Krause’s Cafe keeps German Tradition Alive in New Braunfels
Krause’s Café & Biergarten kicks off Oktoberfest celebration full of traditional festivities including, food, music & beer starting September 16.
WHAT: In honor of keeping the German tradition alive in New Braunfels, Krause’s Café & Biergarten will host an Oktoberfest celebration. The party kicks off on September 16th with a viewing of the traditional tapping of the keg, live music from German inspired bands, and several German cuisine dishes, such as Schnitzel and a roasting of an entire pig.
The restaurant will host several other festivities throughout the month of September. Oktobefest is the world’s largest beer festival and fair held in Munich, Germany.
WHEN: Oktoberfest runs from September 16 – October 3
List of events:
· September 16
A viewing of the Tapping of the Keg from Munich, Germany will be shown at Krause’s Cafe at 3 p.m.
Village Brass Band at 3pm
All Mixed Up Variety Band at 8 p.m.
· September 2
Anthony Wright Band at 8 p.m.
· September 23
Dachshund race at 4 p.m.
Hogan Sullivan and The West Texas Teardrops at 8 p.m.
· September 30
The Klocks at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Krause’s Café & Biergarten, 186 S. Castell Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78130
ABOUT KRAUSE’S CAFÉ
Krause’s Café is a New Braunfels historic restaurant opened in 1938 and successfully run until 1995. Recently reopened, Krause’s Café honors the previous traditions of the restaurant with the addition of a ‘biergarten,’ live music, and more. The menu reflects New Braunfels’ German heritage as well as South Texas flavors. Over 70 beers are available on tap with local, regional, and international options. The restaurant also features cocktails and wines on tap. Krause’s Café is located at 186 S Castell Ave, New Braunfels, TX 78130, next to the popular New Braunfels Farmers Market. For more information, visit krausescafe.com.