Imagine having Oktoberfest every night of the year. You can experience it – only in EPCOT and only in the German Pavilion!
Biergarten is a buffet-style restaurant, which is open for lunch and dinner. The style and tone of the restaurant is designed to have an “Oktoberfest” feel and includes family-style dining at long tables.
Sommerfest is the counter-service restaurant in the German Pavilion and offers a smaller selection of traditional German fare.
Karamelle-Kuche is a shop, which prominently features Werther’s Original caramels – including caramel corn, caramel apples and Werther’s Original hot salted caramel drink. If it can be made with caramel, it can be found here.
Glaskunst is an outdoor kiosk which, features glassware, including various drinking glasses and figurines. They also offer engraving services.
Weinkeller is a store offering a hundreds of German wines and beer.
Outside you will also find a miniature village with electric trains running through it. A nice place to stop and watch with children.
Contributed by Judy Dulberg