Whist Brews Up An Oktoberfest Party

Zum Wohl!

Strap on your Lagerfeld lederhosen, as Whist at The Viceroy is bringing back chef Tony DiSalvo's Oktoberfest party this Sunday, offering three German brews, four wursts, and a stack of sides, including the spaetzle that knocked us off our seats a couple of years ago. Dinner is only $25 per person, served family-style, with four desserts to end the meal, including Black Forest cake and strudel. See Whist's full menu, served October 7, down below.


--3 pours of German beer: Doppelbock, Hefeweizen, and Pils

-- Weisswurst, Bratwurst, Knackwurst ,and Bockwurst

---A variety of German-style side plates: Choucroute garnie, potato salad, cucumber salad, traditional sauerkraut, pickles, pretzels, spaetzle and various mustards to accompany your meal
---German desserts: Black Forest Cake, Bienenstich, Strudel, and German Chocolate Cake