Beer Halls in Los Angeles

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Wurstküche (Downtown) - Beer Hall | Restaurant in Los Angeles.

Party Earth Review Despite its out-of-the-way location in the downtown Arts District, Wurstküche (“sausage kitchen”) draws a loyal crowd of folksy eastsiders, after-work professionals, and couples on dates who flock in to sample the venue’s legendary sausages, fries, and beer, and to make a few new friends in a communal atmosphere buzzing ... more

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800 East 3rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013

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Wurstküche (Venice) - Beer Hall | Restaurant in Los Angeles.

Party Earth Review Fans of specialty sausage and suds purveyor Wurstküche have a tendency to form lines down the sidewalk at the Downtown location, so it’s hardly a surprise that the same thing happens at its sister spot worlds away in Venice. And much like at the original, patrons at this “sausage kitchen” feed on everything from traditional ... more

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625 Lincoln Boulevard
Venice, CA 90291

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LA Beer Halls Overview

Wurstküche (Downtown) - Beer Hall | Restaurant in LA

For an authentic taste of Western European brews and some stellar German and Belgian fare, there is no better place to be than a Los Angeles beer hall. For a mellow beer-drinking experience to the bumpin’ beats of a local DJ, beers halls in L.A. have plenty to offer for a variety of tastes and styles.

For a true German experience, don’t miss Wurstküche, home to a dazzling selection of German and Belgian beers and legendary sausages. From the basic bratwurst to unusual creations of alligator and rattlesnake, the food at this beer hall is the perfect accompaniment to the hearty German brews guaranteed to leave the consumer feeling warm and fuzzy inside.

A slightly more modern flair can be found at Little Bear, a Belgian-style beer hall offering an impressive selection of rare and unusual microbrews from all over the world. Just like Wurstküche, the bar offers long wooden tables and tall bar stools in the large main room, intended to create a communal atmosphere. And instead of German sausages, Little Bear offers a selection of Belgian favorites and numerous varieties of grilled cheese sandwiches to soak up all those strong drinks.

The Los Angeles beer hall scene is expanding rapidly, from unusual spots such as the Bia Hoi beer hall featuring beers from Thailand, to an ever-growing list of warehouse-style gastropubs. Looking for great beer and a friendly and communal atmosphere? It’s hard to go wrong at the beer halls in Los Angeles.

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