Ft Lauderdale, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/16/2012 -- Octoberfest is a 16 day festival that people all over the world celebrate from mid September to early October an event that dates back to the early 1800’s. The festival originated in Munich, Bavaria, Germany where people would flock to drink all types of German beer and taste the authentic cuisines of German food. Now that Octoberfest has celebrated its 200th Anniversary, the field of German cuisine and Bavarian cooking has not rested at all. German restaurants worldwide are positioning themselves for the holiday season which with cooler weather prevailing throughout most of the world, is ideal for the shanks and wiener schnitzel and potato pancake delights of authentic German cooking.
Old Heidelberg in Ft Lauderdale enjoys its position North of Miami and South of Boca Raton and Palm Beach as being one of the great destinations along the Eastern coast of Florida. The sauerkraut that is homemade there with the variety of meats brings back fond memories of Munich and Old Heidelberg cities themselves. This past year, there were throngs of folks all over the U.S. that came to Ft Lauderdale to experience the Octoberfest of 2012. The atmosphere was festive as always coupled with the German food delights that fill the aromatic air that blends with the accordion and oompah musical rhythms of Deutschland.
Old Heidelberg, the restaurant in Ft Lauderdale has become the German restaurant destination all by itself. Nestled in South Florida on the Atlantic coast, this German food location sports some of the best desserts and German cooking specialties seen this side of the Atlantic Ocean. What would a German Restaurant be without great steins of beer and German wines to accompany the flavors of the German food on the tables? The culmination of German food flavors and sauces makes this cuisine a delicacy unrivaled in the part of the world where Bavaria is. There is a unique blend of the foods, textures, and meats that sets German food apart from many others throughout the world.
Come and visit Old Heidelberg in Ft Lauderdale and contact them at: (954) 463-6747 http://www.germanfoodftlauderdale.com