Hours: Lunch, Dinner, Late Night (daily) & Weekend Brunch
With a name like Bay Street Biergarten it better be a big open space with outside seating, communal tables, plenty of German food, and rivers of beer, or rather bier. BSB checks all those boxes. Their menu states that the restaurant is “Bavarian Inspired, Southern made” and with bites like their pretzel bombs, surprisingly crisp and light golf ball-sized cheese and sausage stuffed pretzel balls, and the Jaegerschnitzel entree — breaded pork cutlet, white wine mushroom gravy, red bliss mashed potatoes, and asparagus — they’re backing that up. But we know it’s about the beer. Order from a list of 50 + bottles and cans and 24 draught beers. Or if you’re into pouring your own beer you can get a beer card and self-serve from 70 + taps scattered throughout walls and communal tables. If you are looking for a place to pull on your lederhosen, guzzle liters of beer, and watch the big game, there are huge TVs on every wall and they’re not afraid to crank the volume up so you can hear every single hit. Don’t forget, it’s spelled B I E R. —Robert Donovan (Dish, Winter 2019)
Big beer garden with plenty of taps (60!) and a burly menu of beer-drinking fare.
• Biergarten is featuring local breweries and spirits for their new "hoppy hour." $4 local cans and Dixie Vodka, $5 featured frozen cocktail, “pour your own” bier wall 1/2 off during happy hour. Food specials include $5 deviled eggs, Haus pretzel, Haus chips; $6 fried green tomatoes, buffalo cauliflower, pimento cheese bites; plus deals on sliders and smoked Kielbasa board.
Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 4pm-7pm