Ah, Oktoberfest, a German Celebration that’s filled with meat, meat covered in cheese, and all other foods that could possibly be made out of animal byproduct. It’s basically a vegans dream come true.
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Amy Jones and Ivie Hasegawa of Red Robin stopped by the KCAL9 studios Friday in the r YUMMMMobile food truck to showcase their new Oktoberfest burger.
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It may have started as a royal nuptials celebration in the city of Munich back in 1810, but today Oktoberfest is celebrated worldwide to provide yet another cultural holiday to use as an excuse to overindulge. If you live in Los Angeles, you’ll have an array of Oktoberfest festivals and festivities to partake in. Ranging from low key to outrageous to outright insane, these five events cover the party-level spectrum, allowing you to choose your own Oktoberfest adventure.
As everyone knows, there’s nothing better than the real thing, and these five LA restaurants serve authentic German cuisine. So grab your brieftaschen and check them out.
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Many Oktoberfest celebrations have entertainment options for your children so you don’t have to miss all the fun.
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Go find a silly hat, practice your worst German accent and try your luck with the following Oktoberfests around LA.
Residents in Torrance may not have to lose much sleep after all during next month’s “Oktoberfest”.