Built as an authentic replica of the Munich Hofbräuhaus, which was originally commissioned in 1589 by King William V, the main goal of Las Vegas' Hofbräuhaus is to introduce high-quality Bavarian food, premium beer brewed in Munich under a 400-year-old purity law and Bavarian coziness, or Gemütlichkeit.
The main restaurant, called Schwemme (beer hall), has columns, painted seatings and a cozy interior to make visitors feel relaxed. There also is the option to sit in the fully air-conditioned Biergarten (beer garden) complete with large trees and an everlasting white-blue sky.
This beer hall replica features German/Bavarian cuisine, imported Bavarian beer, schnitzels, Sauerbraten and sausage and meat dishes produced exclusively for Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas. The Bavarian pretzels are imported directly from Munich and freshly baked. Guests can enjoy their meals while listening to live German bands, playing nightly. At Hofbräuhaus, it's Oktoberfest every day.
Hofbräuhaus has been named one of the top 100 restaurants in Las Vegas by the Chefs in America Awards Foundation in conjunction with the American Academy of Taste.