The legendary vaudeville theater got a beer tent concession in 2006. Its specialty is "last meals" before beheading its guests in the show.

One of the most famous Oktoberfest attractions, the Schichtl theater, was extended by an adjacent restaurant in 2006. Since then it has been serving last meals to those waiting for the beheading during the show - and everyone else, of course.

Extraordinarily, the tent only uses meats from Hermannsdorfer Landwerkstätten, a very expensive farm and butchery that is focused on sustainable organic meat production. Nonetheless, there’s a pretty good Weißwurst deal before noon as well as affordable lunch and kids offers.

Reservations slots are short and expensive. Party music already starts at noon with Larisa & Klaus, followed by Bergbauernbuam after 5 pm.