$4.00 Adults & Children 12 and over
No dogs or other animals allowed, no outside food or beverages allowed on premises.
The beer ten will be Cash only! Credit cards, Debit cards & checks will not be accepted.
No coupons, discounts, or Gift Certificates accepted. There is no ATM machine located on the premise.
For guests joining the fun in the tent after enjoying dinner at the Waldhorn,admission is free. Just ask your server for information. Paid admission will not be refunded, if you eat at the restaurant after leaving the tent.
We will be taking reservations for parties of six (6) or more for the dining room; we will not accept any reservations for the tent. Come in for dinner, and then join us outside for FUN!
Important Parking Information :
We would like to thank our neighbors for allowing our guests to park
on their sites during our festivities:
Please park only in there designated areas
The President James K. Polk State Historic Site 12031 Lancaster Hwy., Pineville, NC 28134
Havertys Furniture,1150 Carolina Place Parkway(Carolina Place Mall)
Stickley Furniture, Carolina Place Parkway
Ashley Furnture, Carolina Place Parkway
All are within a short walking distance of the Waldhorn. Follow the signs behind Haverty's Furniture for the short walk way to the restaurant.
The Town of Pineville has asked us to remind our guests NOT to park on Lancaster Highway.
Also, please respect our neighbors at Sabal Point Apartments.
This is their residence and they need their parking spaces.
Sabal Point Apartments will tow your vehicle should you choose to park there
While we are Swabian & not Bavarian, we at the Waldhorn would like to bring to Charlotte that which has become a true German tradition-the Oktoberfest. For the last 2 weekends in September and the first 2 weekends in October, we ask you to join us for good food, music & dancing. Our site will be transformed to include a giant beer tent, complete with dance floor, and stage!
While we won't be serving full, sit down meals in our beer tent, our dining room will be open for our regular business hours. So, come in, enjoy a great meal, then come on outside for an evening of FUN! Don't forget your dancing shoes for the Polka!
What, when, and you know where!
September 23 & 24
September 30 & October 1
JAY FOX AND THE BAVARIAN SHOWTIME BAND
October 7 & 8
THE ALPEN ECHOS
October 14 & 15
HOURS FOR THE TENT:
5pm to midnight
HOURS FOR THE RESTAURANT:
Tuesday thru Thursday Lunch 11:30-3:00
Friday and Saturday Lunch 11:30-2:00
(Bar open all day)
Sunday Bruch 11:00-2:30
The History of Oktoberfest - A Royal Party
On October 12, 1810, Crown Prince Ludwig of Bavaria married Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen. To ensure that the event was one to remember, the Crown Prince & his wife-to-be invited the citizens of Munich to attend festivities-including horse races in the presence of the Royal Family-on the field in front of the city gates, on the Theresienwiesen (Theresa's Fields), named in honor of the Crown Princess.
To further commemorate the event, all Munich breweries were commissioned to develop a new style of beer: a Märzen beer. The beer was a hit & supplies ran out within 16 days. Märzen beer has since become the official brew of the Oktoberfest. It is a full-bodied, amber beer, brewed in small batches, intended to last only the few weeks of & surrounding the month of October. Additionally, German & European laws stipulate that only 6 Munich breweries are allowed to use the actual commemorative Oktoberfest beer in their name.
The festivities were such a success that the following year the decision was made to repeat the horse race; hence the annual tradition of the Oktoberfest. It was even decided that the length of the Fest would be the same as the year before: the sixteen days until the beer ran out. An added feature in 1811 was the first Agricultural Show, designed to boost Bavarian Agriculture. While the horse races faded away with time, the Agricultural Show is still held every 3 years during the Oktoberfest on the southern part of the festival grounds.
Each year, the Oktoberfest grew. In the first decades the choice of amusements was sparse with the first carousel & swings not appearing until 1818. Small beer stands-which grew in number from year to year-provided food &d drink for visitors to the Fest. By 1896, innovative entrepreneurs with backing from numerous breweries were setting up beer tents/halls to replace the smaller stands.
Today the Oktoberfest is the largest festival in the world with over 6 million visitors-Germans & non-Germans alike-converging on the Theresienwiesen each year for 16 days of food, Oktoberfest beer, fun & a dose of German "Gemütlichkeit."
Tent Menu 2016
1. Gulasch Soup (beef, peppers, onions, and potatoes) & roll $6.50
2. Brat OR Bauernbrat with sauerkraut & roll $6.00
3. Oven Roasted Chicken Leg Quarter, with red cabbage & potato salad $10
4. Penne Pasta in creamy tomato-basil sauce (vegetarian) $9.50
5. Pork Tips (Rahmrgout vom Schwein)
in Jägersaue, with Spätzle $13.50
6. Pork Shank (Schweinshaxe) with sauerkraut & Spätzle $16.50
7. "Wienerschnitzel" (Schweineschnitzel) Breaded Pork Culets, with red cabbage & Spätzle $14
Kids Meal includes chips and Soda $ 5.50
Hot dog in a bun, or Penne Pasta in a creamy tomato-basil sauce,
Pretzel $2.25, Roll $1, Chips $1,
German Potato Salad $3, Spätzle $2,
Sauerkraut $2, Red Cabbage $2
Apfelstrudel – Apple Strudel $5
Cheese Cake with berry sauce $5
Spaten Oktoberfest Beer (Märzen) $ 6
Spaten Lager $ 6
Franziskaner Hefeweizen (wheat) $ 6
Pitcher Beer $18
Liter beer (own Stein required) $12
Waldhorn Stein (plastic, no beer incl.) $10.00
Riesling or Chardonnay or Merlot
Glass $7 Bottle $26
Coke / Diet Coke / Sprite / Bottled Water $2.25
Coffee – Regular & Decaf $2.25
No discounts, coupons, or Gift Certificates accepted.
Items and prices are subject to change.
Sorry debit cards,credit cards & checks not accepted!
Indoor Menu 2016
Indoor Menu for Oktoberfest 2016
Reservations for the Restaurant will be recommended of parties of 6 or more people. During Oktoberfest we will not accept call-ahead seating.
Vorspeisen / Appetizers
Bratwurst Vorspeise $10.95
Sausage Appetizer, sampler of assorted
German sausages with sauerkraut
2 Potato pancakes served with apple sauce
Tradtional "Salzkuchen" $7.95
Pizza Dough topped with sour cream, onions, and bacon
Geräuchertes Forellenfilet $8.50
Smoked trout, with horseradish cream & toast rounds
Suppen und Salate / Soups and Salads
Gulasch soup cup $4.95/ bowl $6.50
Kleiner gemischter Salat / small house salad $5.95/ with entrée $4.95
Grosser gemischter Salat/ large house salad $9.95
add Chicken or Salmon for $4
Hauptspeisen / Entrees
Waldhorn Sampler $17.95
Pork "Wienerschnitzl", Beef Roulade,and Bratwurst,
served with spätzle and red cabbage
Gebratene Hochrippe $18.95 *
Herb-Roasted Prime Rib of beef with horseradish sauce,
served with mashed potatoes ad vegetables
Gebackene Schweinshaxe $16.95
Oven Roasted Pork Shank, served with spätzle and sauerkraut
Roasted Leg of Lamb served with mashed potatoes and red cabbage
Braised Marinated Beef served with spätzle and red cabbage
Roasted Loin of Pork, topped with traditional Hunter sauce,
served with spätzle and red cabbage
Schweineschnitzel "Wiener Art"$15.95
Pork Cutlets braded and fried, served with spätzle and red cabbage, ad brown sauce
Schwinefilet Kira $16.95 *
Seared Pork Tenderloin, with green peppercorn-Cognac sauce, served with spätzle and vegetables
Schweizer Schnitzel $16.95
Breaded Pork Cutlet stuffed with Black Forest ham & Swiss cheese, served with spätzle and vegetables
Schwäbische Wurstplatte $15.95
Bratwurst & Bauernbratwurst & Knockwurst,
served with home fries and sauerkraut
Rahmragout vom Schwein $15.95
Sautéed PorkTips and mushrooms, in a light cream sauce, over spätzle with vegetables
Braised Beef Rouladen stuffed with bacon, onions & pickle,
topped with brown sauce, served with spätzle and red cabbage
Chicken Nadia $15.95
Sautéed Chicken Breast with a mushroom - caper cream sauce,
and tomato concassee, served with almond rice and vegetables
Gebratene Ente $17.95
Oven Roasted Haf Duck, with an orange-apple sauce, served with bread dumplings and red cabbage
Gebratene Forelle "Almondine" $16.95
Sauteed Tout, topped with almond butter, served with parsley potatoes and vegetables
Gegrillter Lachs "Riesling" $16.95
Grilled Salmon served with a Riesling sauce, rice and vegetables
Gemüse Penne $12.95
Penne Pasta tosses in a roasted red pepper and basil cream sauce, with sautéed vegetables, topped with a 4-cheese blend
add Chicken or Salmon for $4
Black Forest Cake $5.95
Cheese Cake with berry sauce $5.95
Apfelstrudel with vanilla ice cream $6.95
Heisse Liebe- Vanilla ice cream with
warm Raspberry sauce & “schnapps” $6.95
Too Full for Dessert…?
Try a true German tradition: Schnaps!
Schladerer Himbeergeist - Raspberry Brandy
Kammer Williamsbirne - Williams Pear Brandy
Jägermeister or Bärenjäger (Honey liqueur)
Items and Prices are subject to change!
*These products are cooked to order, * Consuming raw or under cooked meats increase your risk of foodborne illness
For your convenience, a 18% gratuity is included for parties of 7 or more.
We will gladly supply an extra plate for shared meals
Ask your server for a free admission to the tent!