Why not enjoy a Bavarian Oktoberfest all year round? Entrepreneurs can keep the party going all year with a new franchise opportunity.
The first Bavarian Beerhouse was opened in London six years ago but now the German husband-and-wife founders are seeking to expand the concept.
It’s a simple idea: Bavarian Beerhouse offers unique Oktoberfest entertainment including an oompah band, some yodelling, singing and dancing, as well as food and beer.
Diners are served by waitresses in traditional Bavarian dresses, serving pork shanks, sausages and Sauerkraut.
“Our two City of London outlets have been a huge success and now we’re very excited by the idea of bringing traditional Bavarian food, drink and entertainment to places across the country,” said Sabine von Reth.
The concept began when her husband Rene arrived in London in 2000 and discovered that there was nowhere to enjoy Bratwurst and German beer.
But it wasn’t until they met in 2003 that they decided to turn his vision into reality.
They launched Oktoberfest in London in 2004 in an Asian restaurant and took over a struggling wine bar in 2005 to create the first Bavarian Beerhouse, with the second branch opening near Tower Bridge last year.
Now they are hoping others will share in their growing success.
“The Bavarian Beerhouse would like to hear from investors and enterprising pub landlords who are keen to try out a proven business concept,” said Sabine.