Alpine Village – is the home of the Oktoberfest – this year celebrating its 41th consecutive year beginning September 11th, 2007. Chosen by USA Today as one of the best Oktoberfest's in the world! Visit our new tent with with way over 2000 people dancing and drinking . . .

But you don’t have to wait for Oktoberfest to visit Alpine Village – there is fun all the time, open for lunch & dinner 7 days a week with free parking. Summer festivals begin in July 2007 in Alpine Park.
Angel City Brewing Company, the house beer (brewed on the premises) flows with abundance at Alpine Inn. Live entertainment, good food and lots of fun and enjoyment every-night. Big Band (Mondays), Latino Night (Tues/Thurs) with free dance lessons, 50’s/60’s rock The Market at Alpine Village‘n roll (Weds) and Continental – (Fri/Sat/Sun) dance music from the 50’s ‘til now European and American. There are two large dance floors. Always free parking and always NO cover charge. Sunday Champagne Buffet Brunch is always fabulous at only $15.95 – what a great value. Prime Rib – Alpine Cut is served $9.95 lunch and $11.95 dinner. Alpine Village is the best value for the best quality entertainment.

Alpine Inn serves the most delicious European cuisine, authentic and good. A complete entertainment experience, with a dinner and dance atmosphere.

Alpine Village ChapelThe Oktoberfest,  an eight-week event, is the largest Oktoberfest celebration in Southern California featuring plenty of good food and entertainment including an authentic Oom Pa Pah Brass Band, direct from Germany. Dancing plus hilarious contests like yodeling, pretzel eating, wood sawing, beer stein holding, and of course the famous Chicken Dance for everyone to join in.

Alpine Village, fondly known as "The Little City from the Alps" is open seven days a week from 11am with restaurants that have nightly entertainment; an outstanding Sunday Buffet Brunch ($15.95); Alpine Market a gourmet’s delight and extensive liquor department; homemade sausages and meat products from our own award winning Butcher Shop (with low sodium/low fat sausages and cold cuts); a European style bakery; 15 specialty stores for any gift imaginable including the Alpine Glass & Porcelain Store with repair and restoration services too and a wonderful open air market.

Admission to the Oktoberfest is $5 - Friday Saturday (21yrs & over only) Sunday is Family Day, 12 noon to 7pm. For information and 50% Oktoberfest discount tickets call (310)327-4384

See you at Alpine Village – Auf Wiedersehen

up-dated March 26th 2009


Alpine Village in Torrance, CA.