Couldn’t make it to Munich for the original Volksfest, the Oktoberfest, in Munich? Nor us. But it’s not such a tragedy because our fine city, with its immense love for beer, has plenty going on to replicate the merrymaking of Bavaria. From sausages and potato salad to freshly brewed beer and bon homie, here’s where you can indulge in Oktberfest binging  without leaving Bangalore. Prost!


Toit is going all German on us this time around as they celebrate Oktoberfest. The specially curated menu has a dreamy Sausage Schwartzenplatter loaded with Bratwurst, Knaxx sausage and German-style Weisswurst sausages. Then snail sausages, gravy and mash for the big eaters. Naturally the Och Schnitzel, served with the traditional potato salad is part of the list, apart from a sausage loaded pizza. To top it all off, in true Oktoberfest spirit, say hello to Toit’s Oktoberfest Lager – dreamy, golden and smooth.

When: Through October

Price: INR 300 upwards

Bangalore Brew Pub

From Potato pancakes and Sauerkraut balls to Bratwurst sliders and pretzels, these guys are going all out. Plus, apple strudel and specials brews including the German Bock and a very interesting gluten-free Quinoa Pale Ale. To add to this, there’s Black Forest cup cakes. Say no to that!

When: Through October

Price: INR 1,000 upwards for two.



Best known for cocktails, this pub re-creates the Oktoberfest fun through cocktails. Mary Had A Little beer is a Bloody Mary but with the addition of beer, Beer-belly-ni {a twist on the Bellini} combines orange liqueur, lime juice, apple juice, peach and apricot crush and beer. But for the real twist, pick the OKTO-gen — gin, orange liqueur, lychee crush, star aniseed and topped up with beer.

When: October 3 – October 13

Price: INR 220 upwards

Murphy’s Brewhouse

These are the Irish representatives in Bangalore, but when there’s beer involved, they’ll celebrate anything! Murphy’s Brewhouse is offering a special counter from 6pm until closing serving up plenty of grilled meats, German sausages and bratwurst. Plus, two special brews – the Bock and the German Wheat Beer. They also have plenty of combo offers, so when you go, check with the service team.

When: Through October

Price: INR 399 upwards for beer and sausage combos

District 6

Photo source: District 6

Photo source: District 6

With a very German-influenced menu to start with, you must head here for their Oktoberfest Special beer. Strong and smooth, this pairs very well with the German offerings. We highly recommend the Weisswurst – Bavarian steamed pork sausages, snail sausages with gravy and mash, and for vegetarians there’s Spatzle – German homemade pasta.

When: Until the brews last

Price: INR 500 upwards



This Indian fine dining restaurant celebrates Oktoberfest with exclusive offers to pick from. Whether it’s unlimited domestic beer with starters {for two and half hours} or beer buckets {domestic and imported}, there’s enough here to keep you guzzling. While you’re at it, pair your brew with their range of starters which includes everything from cheese balls and Tawa Aloo Tikki to Grilled Prawns and Fish Tikka.

When: Through October

Price: INR 499 upwards

100 Ft. Boutique Bar


Pleasant Mediterranean vibes, German food and plenty of beer – that’s what 100 Ft. Boutique Bar has in store for you throughout this month. Apart from offers on draught beer and pint bottle beers, there’s a special menu listing out dishes like Gulaschsuppe {German beef soup}, Curry Wurst and Leberkäse Mit Spiegeleir {grilled meat loaf dish} to tuck into.

When: Through October

Price: INR 150 upwards



Russh promises to take your love for beer up a notch with their beer cocktails this month. Apart from options like Bourbon Honey Beer and Orangelicious Beer, they also have interesting blends like Dark and Stormy. On the food front, sausage platters, German potato salad and Parmesan sausage bread bowls will sort you out.

When: Through October

Price: INR 1,000 for two

Feature Photo: Murphy’s Brewhouse


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