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Restaurants celebrate Oktoberfest

Published October 17, 2012 1:22 pm
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Little America Hotel, Oasis Cafe and the Blue Boar Inn are serving German-inspired meals to celebrate Oktoberfest. Here are the details.

Little America Hotel • Executive chef Bernhard Götz pays tribute to his homeland with this German-inspired three-course Oktoberfest meal for $16.95 (in the coffee shop) that includes soup or salad, a sausage platter with sauerkraut, warm potato salad (or mashed potatoes) and an apple strudel. Available through October. 500 S. Main, Salt Lake City; 801-596-5708. The coffee shop is open Monday through Saturday, 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.; and Sunday 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Oasis Cafe • The cafe celebrates Oktobefest and harvest season with a five-course beer-pairing dinner on Thursday, Oct. 25 at 6:30 p.m. Kevin Crompton, of Salt Lake City's Epic Brewing Co., will select beer pairings for Chef Billy Sotelo's dinner, which includes sea bass and wild boar chops with spinach spaetzle. Cost is $45 for menu tasting and $65 for beer pairings. 151 S. 500 East , Salt Lake City. 801-322-0404.

Blue Boar Inn • Serving Oktoberfest specials in addition to its regular menu, which includes a German sausage platter with sauerkraut and potatoes for $28; and schnitzel (breaded pork cutlet) with spaetzle. $28. 1235 Warm Spring Drive Midway; 435-654-1400,






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