Oktoberfest kaiser maximilian

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Many good parties are the result of a wedding and Oktoberfest is no different. It began with the Royal Wedding on 12 October 1810 of King Ludwig I and Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen. The original Oktoberfest occurred in Munich on that date. To commemorate their marriage, the prince and princess organized a great horse race and other festivities were around that event.

Oktoberfest in Germany has taken place almost every year since then, unless they stopped because of war. People all over the world delight in this event and that includes Puerto Vallarta.

The staff at Kaiser Maximilian Restaurant delight in bringing you authentic German food during this famous fall event. Executive Chef Juan Carlos Palomer created wonderful selections for this occasion.

The festive menu includes:

Potato Cream Soup with Mushrooms, Fine Herbs & Dark Bread Croutons

Spätzle (homemade) with Duck Confit, Cheese and Austrian Onion rings

Smoked Sausage with Sauerkraut and Sautéed Potatoes

Celery Salad with Mushrooms and Sautéed Veal Sweetbreads

Roasted Duck with Red Cabbage and Dumpling

Veal Gulash with Spätzle
Cottage Cheese Strudel with Vanilla Ice Cream


In Germany special beers are brewed just for the festival and Kaiser Maximilian is offering Erdinger Weissbier, HB Oktoberfestbier, Benediktiner Weissbier, Bitburger along with Holandesa and Heineken, Dutch beers.

They also have a fine selection of German wines to accompany your meal, just ask your waiter.


This special menu is featured for the entire month and is served from noon to 11pm at Espresso Bar and The Main Dining Room from 5 to 11pm.



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