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.
$35 for Soulard Sommerfest ($70 Value)
- Admission (a $10 value)
- Pretzel (a $5 value)
- 1-liter beer mug (a $5 value)
- Unlimited beer (a $50 value)
Guests celebrate LGBT pride at Soulard Sommerfest, an Oktoberfest-style party, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 29. Musical acts will include Larry Hallar's Two Star Final and Volksmusik.
On Saturday, June 29, live music fills the air as revelers enjoy cold, frothy beer and traditional German food at Soulard Sommerfest. The action takes place beneath a German-style tent across from Clementines, the city's oldest gay bar, where Frauleins fill mugs to flowing with five different types of beers, from a plethora of taps to minimize the wait in lines. In between mingling with friends, guests can appease their appetites with steaming bratwursts and German pretzels.
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Live music fills the air as revelers quaff cold, frothy beer and snack on traditional German food at Soulard Oktoberfest. The action takes place beneath a German-style tent across from the Soulard Market on 7th Street. There, frauleins fill bottomless mugs to flowing from a plethora of taps that minimize the wait in lines. In between mingling with friends, guests can appease their appetites with German pretzels as they listen to live musical acts, including the Dorfrockers and the Steve Ewing Band.