The first thing that you will notice when you visit this Oktoberfest tent is the huge ox on a spit. Considered to be one of the largest tents in Weisn, Ochsenbraterei tent was established in 1881 by butcher Johann Rössler. He was able to start his own tradition of mechanical ox rotisserie, a machine specially designed to roast an ox for everyone to see. However, in 1980, Späten-Franziskaner-Bräu took over Ochsenbraterei and since then, Hermann and Anneliese Haberl manages the tent.
It lives up to its name as this Oktoberfest tent serves different variety of oxen menu to wash it down with Spaten beer. Try out their exclusive chef’s recommendation of Bavarian ox roast, ox loin, and fillet combined on a dish with red wine sauce, spicy Bermaise, with fried potatoes, potato salad, and vegetables. There are even cold starters and vegetables platter stuffed with mushrooms and cream sauce, a must try.
Delight in the traditional brass music of Orchester Karl Flauger, Siegertsbrunner Blasmusik in the afternoon and Die Pucher in the evenings. If you are looking for a family friendly and fun atmosphere without the craziness that can be seen in other tents, then this is for you. However, you need to have reservations before entering this tent. 5,900 people can be accommodated inside, while 1,500 people can be accommodated outdoors.
Spaten, or “spade” is served in this Oktoberfest tent. The spade name lives up to all barrels and bottles the shape of a malt spade. Spaten’s Oktoberfestbier is stronger in taste and paler than the Pils, which contains 5.0% alcohol. Copper red in color with a full malt taste, it is a popular brew aimed at wider international drinkers.
46+48 80335 Munich
Tel. ++ 49 (0) 89 / 52 00-0