Bavarian party palace dubbed ‘Manchester’s finest’ is coming to London

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A new Bavarian-inspired venue is opening in London this summer (Picture: Albert Schloss)

Hold on to your lederhosen, Londoners! This summer, a much-loved Manchester hotspot is bringing its Alpine charm to the capital.

Following a £7 million investment, Albert’s Schloss London will officially open its doors on July 5.

Since its start in Manchester in 2015, the Bavarian-themed restaurant, bar and entertainment venue has proven popular, with packed-out tables every night of the week, to this day.

On Tripadvisor, reviewer Alex B called it ‘Manchester’s finest’, praising its ‘incredible live entertainment and cocktails, and memorable overall experience.’

Another happy customer, francesh411, added: ‘Fabulous place! Really cool. Great party vibe.’ 

So with this lively atmosphere and warm hospitality (dancing on the tables is encouraged) it’s set to be just as big a hit in London.

The London location is set in the Trocadero building on Shaftesbury Avenue (Picture: Albert Schloss)

The chain is famed for its incredible entertainment (Picture: Albert Schloss)

Nestled in the iconic Trocadero on Shaftesbury Avenue (where the Rainforest Cafe once used to be, RIP), this new venue promises a unique blend of Bavarian escapades, cabaret shows, and the finest beers.

Spanning 18,000 square feet over two floors, the huge Alpine-inspired beer hall will host over 600 guests.

With five bars, a stage for live performances, and an on-site bakery dishing out delicious Bavarian treats, it’s set to be the largest Albert’s Schloss yet.

Currently, there are locations in Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham, making their London branch the fourth in the UK.

Its London branch will offer a ‘Push For Pilsner’ button on tables to order a pint (Picture: Albert Schloss)

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Albert Schoss also offers up a range of unique and delicious cocktails (Picture: Albert Schloss)

Albert’s Schloss is famous for its beer, and Londoners are in for a treat. The main bar boasts stunning polished copper tanks serving fresh, unpasteurised Pilsner Urquell delivered weekly from Pilsen.

For an added fun twist, guests can ‘Push For Pilsner’ with special table buttons to order a pint.

The beer menu stars Munich’s ‘Big Six’: Hacker-Pschorr, Paulaner, Hofbräu, Lowenbräu, Spaten-Franziskaner-Bräu, and Augustiner, Munich’s oldest brewery.

But if beer isn’t your thing, there are plenty of inventive cocktails, some standouts being the Watermelon and Mint Cooler and the Apple Strudel, as well as a ski shot featuring 20 haus-made Schnapps.

Their Cook Haus offers indulgent Cordon Bleu schnitzels. (Picture: Albert Schloss)

Their in-house bakery offers up a stunning range of sweet treats (Picture: Albert Schloss)

Meanwhile, Albert Schloss Cook Haus menu is filled with delicious offerings, inspired by the Black Forest, Alps, and Bavaria.

Think crispy Bavarian pork knuckle, indulgent Cordon Bleu schnitzels, various wursts, sharing fondues, and skillet-toasted sandwiches – and they even offer a …read more

Source:: Metro


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