Joining us for Oompah in the Park Saturday, Oct. 3, from 3–5 pm? Looking to extend your Oktoberfest experience once the music is over? Take a stroll up Main Street in Downtown Nashua and enjoy dinner, drinks, appetizers and even more live music, at one of our many fine establishments!
Here are just a few that wanted us to let you know they’ll be keeping a stein cold and full for you!
14 Court Street, Unit B
Keep the festivities going at Liquid Therapy, where you can enjoy their extensive menu (including kids’ menu, and their popular breadsticks and homemade beer mustard) while enjoying craft brews and live music by Tyler Allgood from 6-9 pm.
Add the good feeling of knowing that Liquid Therapy is donating one dollar for every 16-oz. Pour and $2 from every crowler of Toasted Knead sold to the NH Food Bank.
Martha’s Exchange Restaurant & Brewery
185 Main Street
Martha’s is ready to welcome our oompah fans with their own Oktoberfest Beer on draft and Bavarian pub-style pretzels on their specials menu! Saturday, musicians Keri & Mike will keep the vibes going. And don’t miss the perfect marriage of art, history and beer in Positive Street Art’s epic two-story mural on the back of the building, entitled “Martha’s Muse”!
The Flight Center
9 Main Street
Let your evening take flight a short walk from our event, up the street at The Flight Center. They will be running specific liter pours of Oktoberfests for $9 and $12. In addition to their extensive food and kids’ menus, they have pretzels and beer brats to continue your German-themed night!
25 E. Otterson Street
And after Saturday’s festivities are done and you’re still craving more oompah (and frankly, who isn’t?), Millyard Brewery welcomes Symphony NH for an afternoon of polka music from 2–5 pm Sunday, Oct. 4, outdoors at their location. For more information, find them on Facebook.