Sunday, October 10, 2010
Harvard Square Oktoberfest 2010
Welcome to our photo review of Harvard Square's 2010 Oktoberfest. It was the largest crowd I've ever seen, with more bands, food and fun than ever. Hope you enjoy as much as we did. We'll start out at the always popular Grafton Street Beer Garden.
Sandrine's Bistro was classing up the street food with creme bruleé.
I could not walk past the Chez Henri tent with tasting that Cuban Sandwich.
The gang from Screemfest at Canobie Lake Park. Not sure but I do think that the guy in the left background is part of the act :)
We had fun following this guy around calling out: Hey Shawty!!
Lots of cool street bands. Thank you HONK!
Check out this life size steel mesh zebra sculpture.
Whenever you hang out with me you will almost always run into a famous Boston Chef who wants you to taste a memorable plate of food. Today we ran into my great friend Ranveer Brar, Executive Chef of Mumbai Chopstix on Newbury Street. Very cool to see you again Ranveer!
Chef Brar served us up these spicy vegan meatballs. I am not at all a vegan but was amazed at the flavor. Everyone admitted we would swear these were made with ground beef. Delicious.
One of the ladies near us said: At least she has some sunscreen protection.
Somehow she doesn't look too happy to be dancing with a stud in a kilt.
My fave pic of the day.
Social statements, music, dancing, food and beer. It was like the old school Harvard Square.
By far the largest crowd we've ever seen at Oktoberfest in Harvard Square.
Center Stage showcased some really great bands.
I guess everything runs on this sludge now.
The Leftist Marching Band Left Us laughing as they played a crazy rendition of When The Saints Go Marching In as they departed their train ride from Harvard Square to Davis Square. Great job playing on the escalators!!!