Oktoberfest at Zum Schneider's Munich

The premier Oktoberfest celebration in New York City has been confirmed for September 29th – October 8th: Zum Schneider’s Munich in Brooklyn

Oktoberfest in New York City returns for 2023, and this year it’s going to be even better than before. From September 29th to October 8th, Zum Schneider’s Munich in Brooklyn will host the event, which is sure to be a fun family weekend.  Zum Schneider’s Munich In Brooklyn is set for September 29th to October 8th in the backyard of 3 Dollar Bill in Williamsburg.

Featuring a food and drink menu that rivals any great beer hall in Munich, traditional dress, and Mösl Franzi and the JaJaJas, fronted by Zum Schneider’s founder/owner Sylvester Schneider, the fully decked-out, tented outdoor festival incorporates authentic, classic German Oktoberfest elements.

Traditional Oktoberfest favorites like bratwurst, pretzels, and authentic German beer will be available to attendees. Throughout the weekend, live music, dancing, and games will be held. No Oktoberfest celebration would be complete without traditional Bavarian costumes.

For the best Oktoberfest experience in New York City, head to Zum Schneider’s Munich. A large outdoor beer garden offers stunning views of the Brooklyn skyline. The staff is all trained in the traditional Bavarian way of serving beer, so you know you’re getting the real thing.

Oktoberfest tickets are on sale now at Zum Schneider’s Munich. The ultimate Oktoberfest experience awaits you in New York City, so mark your calendars and plan your trip.

Zum Schneider’s Oktoberfest celebrations have consistently drawn 7,000+ people each year for the past eight years, and the company has been in business for 23 years.  During its 20-year lifespan, Zum Schneider was a beloved city staple.  In New York City’s Avenue C, Sylvester Schneider founded the family-run restaurant and beer hall.  From 2012 to 2018, Schneider’s children joined him in running the successful business, which included an outpost in Montauk.  After the restaurant’s successful World Cup pop-up in 2014 (Germany won! ), the idea for an Oktoberfest celebration emerged in 2015.  While the original Zum Schneider brick and mortar closed in 2020, Sylvester Schneider, his sons, and manager Sylvia Lochmann keep the name and world-class German offerings alive through Munich In Brooklyn, Zum Schneider’s annual Oktoberfest festival.

Of Zum Schneider’s Munich In Brooklyn, Sylvester Schneider commented, “We truly enjoy what we’re doing and don’t cut any corners to present the real Munich Oktoberfest feeling. We’ve refined it for decades. Maybe that’s why we proudly call our Oktoberfest simply the best in NYC”.

The following are some highlights of Oktoberfest at Zum Schneider’s Munich:

Paulaner, Spaten, and Hofbräu authentic German beer

Bratwurst, pretzels, and schnitzel are traditional Bavarian foods

There will be live music from local bands

A night of dancing and games

The wearing of Bavarian costumes is encouraged

You won’t want to miss out on this event, so make sure you purchase your tickets as soon as possible!

For more information on Zum Schneider’s Munich In Brooklyn, please visit: https://nyc.zumschneider.com/

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