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Bier Sampler and Pretzels for Two, or $20 for $40 Worth of German Food for Two at Helga's German Restaurant and Deli

Aurora City Center

91% of 1,479 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Glass boots slide across the bar to stand beside plates filled with schnitzel, sauerkraut, veal bratwurst, and other Rhineland staples

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per couple per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 21 or older for bier sampler. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. 15% service charge not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

German cuisine has become more popular than ever, especially now that differing side dishes aren’t symbolically separated by a wall of bread. Eat bin ein Berliner with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$15 for a bier sampler for two (a $31.70 value)

  • Two light and two dark beers
  • Two Hofbrau or Warsteiner mugs to take home
  • Two soft pretzels<p>

$20 for $40 worth of German cuisine for two or more<p>

For the second option, diners choose anything from the dinner menu, which includes pork schnitzel ($14.95), beef sauerbraten ($17.40), or a bratwurst dinner ($13.95)<p>

Helga's German Restaurant and Deli

Cinderella’s glass slippers have nothing on the boots that traverse Helga's German Restaurant and Deli’s bar every night. Filled with 2 liters of Hofbrau Oktoberfest, Warsteiner Pils, or any of the other German beers on tap, these boots find their perfect match in the hands of guests who shout “Prost!” before tearing into soft pretzels baked in the Bavarian tradition.

Founded by a mother and daughter in 1989, Helga’s began as a four-table restaurant whose modest size seemed sometimes at odds with the giant pretzels and boot-size beers. However, the restaurant continued to grow and earn fans, many of who traversed the Rockies to sample its faithful interpretations of bratwurst, schnitzel, and other Rhineland staples. Though much of the menu remains the same as in those early days, the restaurant itself has expanded to resemble a lively German pub in the midst of Oktoberfest. When they aren’t molding sides of sauerkraut into tiny models of German soccer star Michael Ballack, guests can play beer pong for prizes, watch the national team on 50-inch televisions, or dance to live music played by the house band on the second and last Friday night of each month.


  • “Everything was wonderful like always. The waitstaff was equally attentive and gave us suggestions. The fried spatzals and house dressing are to crave for along with...”

    “Everything was wonderful like always. The waitstaff was equally attentive and gave us suggestions. The fried spatzals and house dressing are to crave for along with everything on their menu. The Mulled Wine is also great as the weather gets colder.”

  • “Food tastes just the way grandma's did.”

  • “Great food and a nice beer selection!”

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    Aurora City Center

    14197 E Exposition Ave.

    Aurora, Colorado 80012

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