The event will take place Friday October 16th from 6 to 11 p.m. and guests are encouraged, but not required, to wear traditional German attire. Tickets cost $19.95 per person at the door.
The Obici House chef, Renee Lamury, will be preparing a menu of all German dishes for the event, Tagg said. These foods will be made from scratch including German bratwurst cooked in lager beer, Jägerschnitzel with mushroom gravy over egg noodle, red cabbage with tart apples and sweet onions, German potato salad and various types of bread. For dessert, guests will enjoy Black Forest trifle. German beers and German wines will also be served throughout the evening