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 from Four Options
- $8 for two bier sampler platters (a $16.90 value)
- $15 for four bier sampler platters (a $33.80 value)
- $18 for a German dining experience for two (a $36 value)
- $34 for a German dining experience for four (a $72 value)
Each bier sampler platter includes six German tap beers—each in a 3-ounce glass—along with a soft pretzel. Beers on tap include Spaten Lager, Warsteiner Pils, and Franziskaner Weiss; see descriptions of these and other available beers here. Each German dining experience includes one bier sampler platter per person (an $8.45 value each) and one Rheinland platter per two people (a $19.10 value each). The Rheinland platter includes a Helga's schnitzel, a jagerschnitzel, and a veal bratwurst served with brown sauce and a lemon.
Helga's German Restaurant and Deli
Helga's offers a variety of menu specials and events for customers to enjoy, like monthly Oktoberfest Nights with dancing and prizes, happy hour specials, live entertainment every Friday and Saturday night, and daily specials, like the all-you-can-eat-schnitzel and weekly free meals for kids. Guests can play beer pong for prizes, watch the soccer on 50-inch televisions, or dance to live music during Oktoberfest Nights on the last Friday and Saturday night of each month. A full deli is stocked with German cheese, chocolate, sausage, and candy for those on the move, and even offers souvenirs and gifts for special events.
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.