Cheers: Oktoberfest at Sofitel, Manila; Chateau Royale, Batangas | Lifestyle.INQ

OCTOBER 27, 2022

Oktoberfest at Sofitel
Oktoberfest at Sofitel

The 79th German Club Oktoberfest will be held on Oct. 6 and 7 at Sofitel Philippine Plaza.

Now on its eighth year at Sofitel’s Harbor Garden Tent, the German beer festival will pay homage to time-honored Bavarian customs. The Harbor Tent will be transformed into a traditional “biergärten.”

Expecting more than 2,000 guests, Sofitel’s master chefs will serve Bavarian specialties including roasted pork knuckles, roasted calf, laugen rolls, grilled German sausages and mouthwatering pastries, with unlimited ice-cold San Miguel Beer.

The Bavarian Sound Express will fly in from Germany to perform traditional Bavarian Oktoberfest music and international hits.

The program will also feature the annual beer-drinking contest and raffle draw with a grand prize that will take the winner to a destination of choice in Germany.

Oktoberfest guests may book a weekend getaway at Sofitel, with room rates starting at P6,000 nett per night.

For tickets, call the German Club Manila at 894 2899 or email [email protected]. For inquiries and room reservation, call Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila at 551 5555 or email [email protected].

Oktoberfest for 4 Saturdays

Chateau Royale Hotel Resort & Spa, located at the boundary of Tagaytay and Nasugbu, Batangas, is holding its own Oktoberfest for four Saturdays starting on Oct. 7.

The resort takes inspiration from the arts and culture of France. Some of its interesting sights are the Aviary, Orchidarium, and Rain Forests. Activities include rock climbing, wave pool, jungle trekking, and other attractions for kids and family.

Chateau Royale Hotel Resort and Spa, Km. 72 Batulao, Nasugbu, Batangas; tel. 0917-501-5748; Manila Office 7/F Metropolitan Medical Center, 1357 G. Masangkay St. Sta. Cruz, Manila; tel. 254.1111 local 7176

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The Jerks at The Smoking Joint

Meanwhile, The Smoking Joint (TSJ) in Makati is celebrating the month by featuring seasoned rockers The Jerks on Oct. 7.

The Jerks

TSJ is a restaurant whose tagline, “low and slow barbecue from the south,” underlines its specialty dishes: ribs, brisket and pulled pork, along with new items. It also has a well-stocked bar with a selection of wines and spirits, as well as imported and local beers.

The Smoking Joint, Green Sun Hotel, 2285 Chino Roces Ave. Ext. Makati City; call 423 5514