- Neighborhood: South Street
- 718 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
- Phone: 267-909-8814
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- Cuisine: German
- Price: $$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
From Monday, December 9 through Monday, December 23, chef Jeremy Nolen will offer a Classic German Christmas Dinner at Brauhaus Schmitz.
Nolen’s modern take on the German tradition will feature a ten-pound roasted goose served family style for eight or more guests. The goose is filled with pretzel, apple and sage stuffing. The goose is just one of the courses of the $60, three-course dinner. The dinner also includes a glass of Glühwein, a mulled red wine that is poured warm and accented with German spices.
Here’s some philanthropic Oktoberfest fun from Brauhaus Shmitz:
On Halloween’s Eve (October 30th), between 5:30 and 8 p.m., South Street’s German bar is offering a bottomless beer happy hour. $30 get’s you an endless supply of any of five draft beers, and yes, steins are included. There will also be a liter lift competition, which if you don’t already know, is exactly what it sounds like.
It’s the best way to end October—at the Oktoberfest capital of Philadelphia.
Brauhaus Schmitz [Foobooz]
Yes, the event here is about a month away. And yes, that’s generally kind of outside the window for most peoples’ dinner planning. But this is one of those collaboration dinners where it might be best to reserve first just so you’re not regretting it later, you know?
As of right now, there are 62 tickets left for the November 6 Duck, Duck, Goose celebrity chef dinner and Hank Shaw book signing at Brauhaus Schmitz. The deal here is that six chefs are all coming together to cook a single dinner, with each course inspired by the recipes in Hank Shaw’s book Duck, Duck, Goose: Recipes and Techniques for Cooking Ducks and Geese, Both Wild and Domesticated.
Cool, right? And there’s going to be booze and a book signing and everything else you’d expect at one of these things. But what’s really cool about this one are the chefs that are involved. For one night only, the kitchen at Brauhaus Schmitz will be home to Jeremy and Jessica Nolen (who, okay, are there pretty much every night), Jenn Carrol, Jason Cichonski, Joe Cicala and Ben Puchowitz.
And wait ’til you see what they’re going to be cooking…