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Prince kick offs Oktoberfest at Cafe de Paris

Prince kick offs Oktoberfest at Cafe de Paris

By Staff Writer - October 13, 2017

Photo: Monaco Life
Photo: Monaco Life

The 12th Oktoberfest was launched by Prince Albert on October 14, at 7:30 pm, on the terrace of the Café de Paris with a celebration of Bavarian Oktoberfest traditions. The piercing of the first beer barrel will be marked by cries of “O’zapft is”.

The event is in partnership with the Munich team of Weihenstephan, the oldest brewery in the world, who will serve exceptional beer in a lively Bavarian setting from 7 pm to 00:30 am every day.

As in previous years, an exceptional menu (€120 per person, including drinks) has been orchestrated by the head of the Café de Paris Brasserie, with many Bavarian delights and delicacies (including a sauerkraut Formula) available à la carte. Folkloric entertainment is also on tap.

Monaco’s Oktoberfest continues runs until October 22.

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