Here’s our pick of the best Oktoberfest shindigs in London.


Bavarian Beerhouse, German Restaurant & Bar

Get allocated seats and two free beers for a regular £13 ticket or dish out a bit more for the delicious Schnitzel ticket where you get to chose between battered chicken or greasy sausages. You can even go all out and get yourself the fancy dress ticket for £34.50 which includes a shot of schnapps and an original Oktoberfest hat. Expect no queues at the bar because all of the beautiful ladies will be serving you up – and to top it off the oompah Band till come all the way from Germany to give you a top notch night of entertainment.

£13-£34.50, September 25 – October 26, Wed – Thurs 7pm-11pm, Friday – Sat 7pm – 1am. EC1V2QH |EC3M2AU

Station| Old Street | Tower Hill

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The Spirit of Oktoberfest in the City of London, Old Billingsgate Market

Book a table for 10 and get unlimited beer and as much delicious German food as you want. Loads of stage acts and entertainment go with the experience.  £139 per person may seem a lot (well, it is a lot) but think about how much money you would normally spend on a night out – say no less than £50? Then add £20-30 for dinner and there you go, 80 quid at least. Here you get seven different beers to chose from, heaps of food, loads of ladies (dressed in weird traditional costumes with their tits hanging out) and if you’re drunk enough you can even buy some of those pieces of clothing for yourself.

£1,390 per table (£139pp), October 24 –October 25 | EC3

Station| London Bridge | Monument

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Oktoberfest Pub

Now this place celebrates Oktoberfest almost all year round. All the booze is imported directly from Munich and the cuisine is as Deutsch as it gets. From pork knuckles to huge portions of schnitzels to bratwursts, you get the idea. There are also 80 German beers to chose from, loads of strong schnapps (for the brave hearted) and heaps of drinking and eating games.  Book a cheapo keg for £37.50 or if you’re real thirsty get the 50 litre mammoth of a keg for 375 quid – that’s less than £4 a pint. Not bad considering you get free entertainment! Oompa oompa.

£15 – £375 Every
Friday and Saturday May 1 – June 30 and September 1 – Christmas | SW6 5SA

Station| Parsons Green | Hammersmith

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London Oktoberfest Kennington Park

A huge 28,000 litre truck of beer will rock up to Kennington Park three weekends in a row to take all you beer lovers to heaven and back. There will be a 3,300 seater tent in the park and you better book your tables on time because they tend to run out quick.

Of course, all the waiters will be dressed in their traditional Bavarian attire and of course everyone will be drunk come 4pm. There will be live Tyrolean music and loads frothy one litre mugs of beers to keep you happy. Even though the entrance to the event is free, it’s probably best you buy a package deal so that you get a seat reservation and a fair share of beer and food. The beer included in the package won’t be enough but it’s important you get a seat, else you’ll be stuck outside with no tent and no 28,000 litre truck of beer!

£26-£55, September 19 – 22, September 26 – 29, October 3- 6 |SE11

Station | Kennington

Oktoberfest at London Fields Brewery

Visit The London Fields Brewery in Hackney to hear some live bands and DJ’s, eat sausages, sauerkraut and participate in a whole day of beer raffles and barrel rolling races. You’ll also be given the opportunity to try the Brewery’s newest craft beer, The Harvest Ale.

13 October| E8 3SB

Station| London Fields | Hackney Central



Here’s some oompa band music to get you in the mood


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