Choctaw Oktoberfest   - Aug 29, 2014 to Sep 06, 2014

Choctaw Oktoberfest2001 N Harper Rd
Choctaw, OK 73020

Phone: 405-390-8647  405-390-8198
Fax: 405-390-8607
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Choctaw Oktoberfest has become a favorite destination for visitors from a multi-state area seeking homemade German food, genuine German beer and wine and German music. Visitors to this week-long event will be able to select from over 30 German draught beers and international wines while enjoying continuous live entertainment for all ages plus special appearances by German dance groups. Choctaw Oktoberfest also features a German car show, crafts, vendors and activities for children.

Come to Oktoberfest and feast on schweinshaxen (ham hocks), grilled chicken, rippchen (smoked pork chops), ...

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

Weekdays 5pm-12am; Sat, Sun & Labor Day 12pm-12am.

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Mike Turek




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From jack hoff on 08/31/2014

This place sucked, I have a better time shiting on your moms chest.


From Birgit Fugate on 09/05/2013

Had a great time! Only 5$ to get in! Food fresh, hot and delicious! Bands great and great atmosphere!!!!


 
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