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Beginning Tuesday, September 24, Chef Martin will take our guests to his homeland of Germany with Mille Fleurs’ annual Oktoberfest celebration. Between mid-September and throughout October, Mille Fleurs will offer traditional German cuisine.
Join us for a selection of hand-crafted dishes only available during this highly anticipated time of year. Specials will include sauerkraut, speckknodel, herring, black forest ham, headcheese, smoked trout, warm potato salad, suckling pig, crackling pig skin, pork chop, blaukraut, authentic pretzels, venison bratwurst, apple strudel, pumpkin tart and many more traditional German dishes. Whether enjoying an appetizer of Red Cabbage-Apple Slaw or a main course of Beef Rib Stew in a smoked paprika sauce, Mille Fleurs will enter this fall catering to your German palate in upscale style.
Born and raised in southern Germany, Mille Fleurs’ highly regarded Chef Martin Woesle’s first cooking memories are of spending time with his mother in their German family kitchen. He brings these early experiences to Mille Fleurs for the restaurant’s Oktoberfest celebration, and in addition to Chef Martin’s special German fare a regular menu will be offered which guests know to change daily.
Mille Fleurs will also offer German wine pairings and unique beers to further enhance the experience.
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