Oom-Pah! A Rockin' Oktoberfest in the Penthouse with PacFAB
Oktoberfest summons images of beer, dirndls, lederhosen, oom-pah bands, and wurst. But at its foundation, it's a celebration of love, culture, and the abundance that will sustain its celebrants through the cold, dark, and long winter months. And while they needn't worry about surviving the ravages of a Bavarian winter, Southern California residents have every reason to celebrate the region's agricultural plenty and diverse culinary culture. On Saturday, October 12, join the Pacific Food & Beverage Museum in celebrating the Fall Harvest in San Pedro's elegant Deco Art Deco Penthouse Loft. Admission includes a buffet supper of German classics and not-so-classics, welcome cocktail, beer, wine, and spirits tastings, live music, and an open dance floor.
German Potato Salad
The EARLY BIRD RATE for dinner is $59 for all National Food & Beverage Foundation (NatFAB), hospitality industry, Culinary Historians of Southern California, and SoCal wine and spirits club members, or $69 for non-members, and includes tax and gratuity. Space is strictly limited, and reservations are required. NatFAB membership is available to all at natfab.org/membership.
CAPACITY IS STRICTLY LIMITED, AND THE EARLY BIRD RATE EXPIRES SOON, SO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS NOW!
A portion of all proceeds support NatFAB, home of PacFAB, The Museum of the American Cocktail, and the Southern Food & Beverage Museum.