Oktoberfest Menu Specials for 2013
It’s October and everywhere people are gearing up for their Oktoberfest parties. Oktoberfest, in German known as “Die Wiesen” was originally established as a celebration for the wedding of Crown Prince Ludwig and his new bride Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen back in October of 1810. Most people this side of the Atlantic probably don’t care about the origins as much as they care about enjoying delicious food and the company of good friends.
Lee ‘n’ Eddies has rolled out some great Oktoberfest menu specials to help you celebrate in style and save a little money at the same time. You can choose from traditional fare like Bratwurst, Sauerkraut and German Potato Salad or favorites like Lee ‘n Eddies Famous Fried Chicken (or both). With prices ranging from $4.59 – $7.99/person it’s hard to beat. You can spend almost that much at a fast food restaurant these days and get nowhere near the value or quality of food. It’s a great deal whether you’re in charge of a corporate Oktoberfest or need an affordable menu for a church Oktoberfest event. At these prices, it may be reason enough to grab a big group of friends and throw your own Oktoberfest party.by