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Alpine Village
Bar & Grill
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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833 W Torrance Blvd Torrance, CA 90502
833 West Torrance BoulevardUSCaliforniaTorrance90502
Bar & Grill, Brunch Restaurant
Bar & Grill
Brunch Restaurant
Night Club
Butcher Shop
Gourmet Grocery Store
Event Venue
German Restaurant
Norwegian Restaurant
European Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
The home of Oktoberfest in Southern California, the Alpine Village is a little piece of Bavaria transplanted into sunny Southern California. Visit their Restaurant/Bar/Nightclub, the import market, their traditional butcher shop where they make their signature sausages, and of course the 40 year old Oktoberfest event!
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"The Hungarian bratwursts are the best bratwursts in town."
"This is the one-stop shop for all your German food needs."
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"All freshly smoked meats and baked goods."
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Jose Amaral Jr
2 weeks ago
So many fun things available daily at Alpine, Each day there is a different live music event available plus dance lesson. Salsa, Industrial dance, Euro, World music and more. There is also the restaurant, bakery Village shops and weekly swap meet outdoors. The restaurant has a very large selection of beers to try, feels like its never ending and of course the yearly Oktober fest. You can't go wrong with any of the different things to see, and do here
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Re becca
6 months ago
I came here for the first time 3 yrs ago and it was just a blast! My friend Jason goes every year, so he was very well prepared- he brought me a boot mug that hung around my neck and he brought his own mug that he had bought at previous Oktoberfest events! you wouldn't think a place that is filled with picnic tables and a huge circus tent would be fun?! well add a little bit of beer and and a live band- that will get you going! It was so festive with everyone singing and dancing along with them. We partake on the Chicken dance, and watch people participated in some of there crazy contests! I loved how some of the band members hopped onto our tables and got the crowd even more crazy! Great experience !
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Geoffrey Hughes
3 months ago
Eating at the Alpine Village restaurant was a very disappointing experience. One waitress is quite courteous and professional, while every other single employee at the restaurant seems to have been very poorly trained. In the course of being there for dinner, three different employees stood around and stared at people eating and they also thought it was somehow okay to smoke in front of the entrance door to the restaurant and on top of that come inside and stand in the walkway looking at their cell phones.
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Bulegirlpavich Pavich
2 months ago
I like the batting cages swapmeet and specially the Oktoberfest and the different shops and your fine food and i love your imports and your grocery market
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chris grogan
5 months ago
This is definitely an interesting place. I love the small town feel that the shops have. They are typically owned and operated by one or two people. It is very different than the usual shops in the area. I particularly like the German market they have. It has all the amenities you would expect from a grocery store, but the brands and flavors are all German. They have an awesome assortment of meats and breads in their deli area, with a surprisingly good selection of craft beers. The Hungarian bratwursts are the best bratwursts in town.
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Lisa Richards
6 months ago
Great meat market and bakery. If you are used to eating GMO and processed foods this might not be for you. All freshly smoked meats and baked goods. You can buy beer in the market and take it into the diner attached. Good healthy food without all the additives that are banned in the EU, but allowed in our US food supply. Best sausage - you can even recognize the meat chunks. No pink slime here.
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Dana Smithee
6 months ago
My husband and I went to the Alpine Village restaurant today for a late lunch. I ordered a pork cutlet that comes with mushroom gravy and a gloppy mound of what appeared to be and tasted like a gelatinous, tasteless, lumpy goo. I found out this is what they are calling "spaetzle". (I've eaten and prepared spaetzle my whole life and this was the very first time I have ever been unable to identify it.) I had a glass of wine that had been sitting around uncorked for several days - or so it seemed; stale, stale, stale. My husband had a bratwurst that came with plain yellow mustard - not a good German style mustard. His salad with blue cheese dressing (doesn't come with meal - pay extra) was fresh but came dressed with plain mayonnaise instead of blue cheese dressing. The bar looked well-stocked. There is a place for a band, a DJ and a small dance floor. This place looks like it could be a lot of fun if it weren't empty and the wait staff weren't bored and annoyed. If you're looking for an authentic taste of Germany - or anything tasty from any cuisine - go elsewhere or risk being disappointed and possibly even nauseated.
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Angelika Stock
9 months ago
Was there a year ago and soooo disappointed. It was empty and run down. The restaurant was dingy and the manager wasn't even European minded and most of all not friendly. There is a store who displays German dolls in the window and when you go inside are souvenirs from China and Mexico. They even had the Mexican Flag up. The cosmetic shop and Dress Shop was very original, playing German music and had items from Germany. The Salamander shoe store, was a disappointment. They haven't bought new inventory since the 50's. I know salamander has trendy shoes. I go there for the Grocery Market. If I eve come to $$$, i will help to bring the village back to what it used to be.
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