The backbone of any oom-pah band, a tuba, can also serve as a cornucopia for wursts, bretzelen, dark bread, and kartoffelsalat in a pinch. Celebrate German ingenuity with this offer and enjoy a unique dining experience at Old Heidelberg: get $40 worth of German fare & beverages for only $20.
Hearty, filling and hard to pronounce (though easier after a “boot” of beer), German dishes like Spanferkel (roast suckling pig) and Leberkase (veal, eggs and sauerkraut) instill a sense of comfort and warm feelings typically found only in Grandma’s house and Hallmark movies. Try a little or a lot with the Oktoberfest Mixed Plate, loaded with bratwurst, Nürnberger, knockwurst, a smoked pork chop, meatball and kielbasa with red cabbage, sauerkraut and mashed potatoes. A Boneless Rainbow Trout with amandine butter sauce is featured, as well as classic Schweinshaxe (roasted ham hock), both of which pair perfectly with an imported German beer or glass of German wine.