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It was just after the turn of the century when German immigrant Albert Jacoby opened Jacoby’s German Biergarten in 1904, and the sudsy legacy continues on Brush Street today. The Bricktown bar flags down drinkers with an old-time sign hanging on its brick facade, heralding the sizable selection of some 100 bottled and draft beers on offer. A classic tavern-style dining room decked out in dark woods makes a cozy station for German reliables like meatballs, sausage soup and wiener schnitzel. Modern ways make themselves heard in the historic haunt via live music from local bands in the upstairs lounge.

Jacoby's German Biergarten DET
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Jacoby's German Biergarten

Jacoby's German Biergarten

It was just after the turn of the century when German immigrant Albert Jacoby opened Jacoby’s German Biergarten in 1904, and the sudsy legacy continues on Brush Street today. The Bricktown bar flags down drinkers with an old-time sign hanging on its brick facade, heralding the sizable selection of some 100 bottled and draft beers on offer. A classic tavern-style dining room decked out in dark woods makes a cozy station for German reliables like meatballs, sausage soup and wiener schnitzel. Modern ways make themselves heard in the historic haunt via live music from local bands in the upstairs lounge.