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East Hampton: Rowdyfest

Rowdy Hall in East Hampton.

Rowdy Hall in East Hampton. Photo Credit: Newsday / Jim Peppler

Rowdy Hall, the bistro-pub hybrid, provides a taste of the Teutonic with its own Oktoberfest celebration starting  Saturday.

The Sept. 17 festivities begin from 3 to 5 p.m., when the eatery will take on a beer-garden style, with communal tables in the dining room and picnic tables in the courtyard. The bar snacks will include freshly baked pretzels with mustard for $3; and wurst platters of the knock, brat and bock variety for $10.

Expect an oompah band, traditional Bavarian music and, for $7, a commemorative beer mug. Rowdy plans discounted refills for $4 and a tasting of Oktoberfest brews for $9. Those on tap include Spaten and Beck's; plus Erdinger Weissbier Dunkel and Paulaner Hefe-Weizen, at $6.

Rowdy also will serve a $24 fixed-price dinner from 5 p.m. featuring sauerbraten with red cabbage and turnip-potato puree from Saturday  to Sept. 23. The Oktoberfest continues with a main dish of  wursts and German potato salad with sauerkraut from Sep. 24 to Oct. 1; Wiener schnitzel with spaetzle and golden beets, Oct. 2 -8; and smoked pork chops with braised red cabbage and house-made apple sauce from Oct. 9 -14.

The desserts commence with Black Forest trifle (Sept. 17-23), and continue with German chocolate cake (Sept. 24-Oct. 1); apple strudel (Oct. 2-8);  and a return of the trifle, Oct. 9 to 14. The desserts are available a la carte for $7.

Rowdy Hall, 10 Main St. (in Parrish Mews), East Hampton; 631-324-8555.

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