Chefs give German food its signature heartiness by inflating every sausage casing with a thundering nine-minute aria. Feast like a valkyrie with this Groupon.
- $16.50 for $30 worth of German food
- Click here to view the menu.
In 1589, Duke Wilhelm V of Bavaria established a Hofbräuhaus, or "court brew house." Made in compliance with the Bavarian Beer Purity Law, pours for Wilhelm and his court were made with only three ingredients: hops, malt, and water. More than 400 years later, the brewers at the American Hofbräuhaus still abide by those rules and recipes. Wilhelm's ghost and a living German brewmaster supervise Hofbräuhaus' in-house production, which yields four year-round varieties, as well as seasonal specials such as an Oktoberfest beer.
To complement those classic quaffs, cooks craft traditional German cuisine from local and imported ingredients. House-made bier cheese smothers Bavarian-style nachos, bacon and mushroom sauce covers schnitzels, and red apple kraut pairs with sauerbraten's slow-braised beef. Diners can dig in and practice their best "Prost!" inside a traditional bier hall, where flat-screen TVs surround wooden communal tables and live accordion music frequently soars to the rafters. Hofbräuhaus also hosts guests inside a quieter dining room or on the bier garden, a shaded outdoor perch overlooking the Newport waterfront and Cincinnati skyline.
“everything was great from the appetizers, entrees, staff & dessert!”
“Go hungry because the food is great!”
“Me and my husband both love the Hofbrauhaus. We have been there a couple of other times. We live in Wilmington so it's a little bit of a drive for us - but worth it....”
“Me and my husband both love the Hofbrauhaus. We have been there a couple of other times. We live in Wilmington so it's a little bit of a drive for us - but worth it. Good food -Good atmosphere and Good service. We ate outside for the first time it was very nice. We love the inside too.”