Oktoberfest Festivals in Philadelphia – Where To Celebrate In Philly!

Oktoberfest in Philadelphia

'Awesome German Celebrations Throughout the City of Brotherly Love' Oktoberfest 2017 invades Philadelphia for a whole month. It's a 16-day festival, running from the middle of September to the first weekend in October, with some events flowing until the middle or late October. An exuberant explosion of beer-drinking, eating all of the German types of wurst one can eat, German music, folk dancing, and cultural experiences that one could dream of. There will be daily and weekly celebrations … [Read more...]

Oktoberfest Street Festival at Brauhaus Schmitz!

Brauhaus Schmitz Oktoberfest Festival

'Drink, Eat & Dance Oktoberfest Style' Be prepared for a celebration as thousands attend Brauhaus Schmidtz's annual Oktoberfest on South Street stretching for three blocks! The 9th annual festival takes place Saturday, September 16 from noon until 8 pm. Visitors will be able to feast on such German food as bratwurst, bauernwurst, potato salad, sauerkraut and jumbo pretzels that will be prepared by their very own Chef Jeremy Nolen and his crew. Of course, a German festival, … [Read more...]

Cannstatter Volksfest German Festival In Philadelphia Labor Day Weekend!

Cannstatter Volksfest Verein

'Enjoying Philadelphia Region’s Oldest German Festival' Cannstatter Volksfest German Festival, held every year since 1873, is a Labor Day Weekend tradition that you will not want to miss! The 145th celebration takes place September 2 to 4. Visitors will enjoy tasty authentic German food such as Bratwurst, Leberkaese, Schnitzel, Maultaschen and Kassler Rippchen. Every German meal needs a good German beer! There will also be American beers and wines as well. For those who don't find … [Read more...]

Bierstube German Tavern In Old City Philadelphia

Bierstube German Tavern

'Your Passport To Germany Is At Bierstube'  Bierstube German Tavern, a German bar and restaurant, is located in Old City. The German establishment was founded by Michael Naessens in January 2012, who also owns Eulogy Belgium Tavern in Old City. Bierstube German Tavern Atmosphere & Experience Bierstube German Tavern, a bare-bones place with a dark look when first walking in, certainly lightens itself up because of its friendly staff, making you feel like you are at home. You'll … [Read more...]

Oktoberfest Festivals in Philadelphia

Oktoberfest in Philadelphia

'Awesome German Celebrations Throughout the City of Brotherly Love' Oktoberfest 2013 invades Philadelphia for a whole month. It's a 16-day festival, running from late September to the first weekend in October. An exuberant explosion of beer-drinking, eating all of the German types of wurst one can eat, German music, folk dancing, and cultural experiences that one could dream of. There will be daily and weekly celebrations throughout the city such as block parties, festivals, sausage eating … [Read more...]

Frankford Hall – Experiencing German Biergarten in Fishtown

Frankford Hall in Fishtown Philadelphia

'German Beer Hall Invades Fishtown' Frankford Hall, a Stephen Starr restaurant which was opened in May 2011, is located in the Fishtown neighborhood. A place where one can explore many types of German foods and beers, inside or outside. Frankford Hall Experience & Atmosphere When entering through Frankford Hall's red-and-white candy-striped doors, you enter one of Philadelphia's largest beer gardens that seats approximately 200 people inside and another 350 people in the outdoor … [Read more...]

Brauhaus Schmitz ~ A German Beer Hall

Brauhaus Schmitz on South Street - German Beer Hall in Philadelphia

'Authentic German Beer Hall' Brauhaus Schmitz, a German Beer Hall, is located on South Street. Die Auswahl an Bieren ist ausgezeichnet! (The beer selection is excellent!) Brauhaus Schmitz Atmosphere & Experience Love German food? German beers? Always wanted to try an establishment with a German Beer Hall concept? You should check out this authentic German Beer Hall, Brauhaus Schmitz. Founded by Doug Hager and Kelly Schmitz-Hager in June 2009, they wanted to bring their knowledge and … [Read more...]