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The Giant Pretzels ($5.95/$8.95) is a staple at Glenview’s North Branch. Michal Dwojak/22nd Century Media
The pork shank ($24.95) is served with German potato salad and country Dijon mustard. Photo Submitted
The giant soft pretzel ($8.25) is available as an appetizer at Stormy’s Tavern and Grille. It will also be offered at the tavern’s inaugural Oktoberfest Oct. 13. Megan Bernard/22nd Century Media
Pavilion’s apple strudel ($8), which is a take on a classic, old-fashioned German strudel, has freshly sliced Granny Smith apples that are cooked and mixed with raisins in a homemade filling. The filling is encased is a tasty, flaky dough, served warm and topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Martin Carlino/22nd Century Media
The butterkäse German Cheese is available at Caputo Cheese Market for Oktoberfest celebrations. ALYSSA GROH/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
The bratwurst sandwich ($4.99), sold at Wilmette’s Irving’s For Red Hot Lovers, is infused with Guinness beer and can be topped with sauerkraut and dark mustard. Eric DeGrechie/22nd Century Media
Staff report
6:00 am CDT September 28, 2018
The true Oktoberfest might be halfway across the world, but some North Shore area restaurants give their best impressions of the annual month-long celebration.