Strap on your Lagerfeld lederhosen, as Whist at The Viceroy is bringing back chef Tony DiSalvo’s Oktoberfest party this Sunday, offering three German brews, four wursts, and a stack of sides, including the spaetzle that knocked us off our seats a couple of years ago. Dinner is only $25 per person, served family-style, with four desserts to end the meal, including Black Forest cake and strudel. See Whist’s full menu, served October 7, down below.
–3 pours of German beer: Doppelbock, Hefeweizen, and Pils
– Weisswurst, Bratwurst, Knackwurst ,and Bockwurst
—A variety of German-style side plates: Choucroute garnie, potato salad, cucumber salad, traditional sauerkraut, pickles, pretzels, spaetzle and various mustards to accompany your meal
—German desserts: Black Forest Cake, Bienenstich, Strudel, and German Chocolate Cake