Fraserhood Hotspot Marks First Anniversary by Hosting Exclusive ‘Wünderbar’ Pop-Up Featuring Oktoberfest-themed Food and Drink Specials, Décor
Gooseneck Hospitality partners James Iranzad, Josh Pape and Nick Miller and the Bells and Whistles team will mark the restaurant’s first anniversary by inviting guests to hoist a stein and mark the annual beer-centric celebration with Oktoberfest-themed attire, décor and food and drink specials.
In keeping with the theme, Executive Chef Alessandro Vianello has added a number of specials to the menu, including warm pretzels with tangy honey mustard, currywurst (seared Two Rivers Meats bratwurst, crispy fries, curry ketchup), an Oktoberfest platter (crispy pork schnitzel, Two Rivers bratwurst, rosemary bacon, braised housemade sauerkraut, German potato salad, mustard and pickles) and apple strudel soft serve (caramel apple compote, pie crust).
At the bar, Bells and Whistles will delight fans of classic German-styled beers such as Dunkel and Hefeweizen by featuring local and import brews like Alberta’s Fahr Brewing Hefeweizen, Vancouver’s Strange Fellows Pilsner, and Oktoberfest beers from Munich’s Paulaner and Hacker-Pschorr, Ontario’s Beau’s Brewing, Delta’s Four Winds and New York’s Brooklyn Brewing.
“Oktoberfest is the perfect occasion to tap into some unique beer styles and have a little fun with some homespun German-inspired food specials,” says Iranzad. “This is the exact type of celebration that really captures the casual-dining-and-beer-hall atmosphere we had in mind when we first envisioned this restaurant.”
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