Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas
Ratings: 65 | Reviews: 55 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by atigerlife:
3.83/5 rDev +2.4%
This place is huge. Hard to miss once you get off the strip. Not far from the strip, but I'm glad I had a car. Would be a hot, dusty 30+ minute walk.
Looks like a German beer hall [I'm no expert]. High ceiling, large wooden tables, place for a band. We were there at 2:00 on a Monday, so the place was sedate. Next time, I'll go at night where I'm sure it is much rowdier.
For food, it seemed a little pricey but the quantities were good sized and tasted fine. We had the Munchen Weisswurste [$9, good], a slice of German bread [good], and Schinitzel Weiner art [$14, very good], also had a pretzel and potato salad [both good].
Service was fast and very friendly.
They had 3 regular beers and the Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest was a little more expensive:
10 oz $5.50 Okt./$4.50 other beers
17 oz. $7.50/$6.50
34 oz $13.50/10.95
I had the Oktoberfest [OK] and the Weissbier [little less than OK].
Not great beer, but what the heck.
Overall, I enjoyed this place and will defnitely go back when I'm in LV and schedule an evening visit.
10-12-2006 22:55:08 | More by atigerlife
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3.93/5 rDev +5.1%
I'm partial to the Hofbrauhaus because I visited the original in Munich, and this simulation brought back great memories of the original. The food was great, the beer cold, and the service snappy. I just wish this location served Haxen (pork shank)!
06-08-2014 16:26:59 | More by utfiero
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV
85 out of 100 based on 65 ratings.