The Tap House in Tuckahoe is doing an Oktoberfest menu this weekend.
Says managing partner Chris O’Brien:
We’ll be replacing all of our tap beer with German style Beers (Most of them from Germany), and Chef Kevin Bertrand is fine tuning his pretzel making skills, amongst other traditional and not so traditional German dishes. Our idea was not to change the menu but simply add a German style supplimental menu. We’ll be celebrating all week long, and will have some live German music on Thursday Night. I’ve attatched a copy of our menu with the beers we’ll be serving.
The menu is after the jump.
OKTOBERFEST MENU 2010
Pork Belly, Warm Potato Salad, Frisee, Mustard Vinaigrette
O’Batzda, Rye Bread & Radishes
Homemade Pretzel, Assorted Mustard
Smoked Pork Chop, Chive & Gruyere Spaetzle
Bavarian Sausage Sampler: Bratwurst, Knockwurst, Kielbasa, Caramelized Onion & Pear, Potato Salad
Weiner Schnitzel, Braised Napa Cabbage, Granny Smith Apples, Bacon Port Wine Sauce
Duck Schnitzel, Braised Red Cabbage, Raisins, Orange Gastrique
Premium German Style Beers on Tap
Bitburger Premium Pils – Kapuziner Weisse –
Kostritzer Shwarzbier – Flying dog Dogtoberfest –
Wurzburger Festbier – Brooklyn Oktoberfest
September 26th-October 2nd, 2010