LAS VEGAS (February 14, 2018) – With the luck of the Irish a plenty, Las Vegas’ boisterous beer hall, Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas, invites guests to get lucky with special menu offerings this St. Patrick’s Day. On Saturday, March 17, lads and lasses are sure to have a shamrockin’ good time with delectable menu selections.
For starters, enjoy the lauchcremesuppe, a creamy leek soup garnished with croutons and chives available for $6. Please the pallet with the Gebackener Tortenbrie, breaded brie cheese fried golden brown, served with spring salad bouquet, and garnished with fried parsley and cranberries for $15. The pot o’ gold for the evening, the Gepökelte Ochsenbrust mit Weißkraut, includes tender corned beef brisket served with steamed cabbage, carrots and mashed potatoes for $20. Another mouthwatering option is the HB Schweinshaxen, made of crispy pork shanks served with potato and bread dumpling, green cabbage bacon salad and dark beer gravy for $20.
On the other end of the rainbow is the finale of Brotpudding, a delectable fusion of bread and butter pudding served with vanilla ice cream, whiskey sauce and whipped cream available for $10. For the specialty cocktail, get lucky with the Screwy Leprechaun, a blend of Malibu Rum, Blue Curacao and orange juice, served in a 15 oz. hurricane glass for $15.
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is open from 11 a.m. to midnight on St. Patrick’s Day. To make a reservation, please call 702.853.BEER (2337) or visit HofbrauhausLasVegas.com.
About Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas
The Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is the first German/Bavarian beer hall and restaurant in Las Vegas which creates a true Bavarian beer hall experience that is even more than a dining adventure. No ordinary restaurant, Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas is an energetic party daily, with authentic German bands, boisterous sing-alongs, dancing in the aisles and on the benches, and premium Hofbräu beer. From its hand-painted ceilings and live bands to its imported beer and delicious food, Bavarian hospitality abounds. Guests can savor schnitzel, sausages, sauerbraten, pretzels and so much more.