Von Elrod's Beer Hall & Kitchen
Sharing The Pure Joy Of Beer And Sausage With Our Community
While you might associate German biergartens with lederhosen-clad oompah bands, Von Elrod’s Beer Hall and Kitchen inherited its popular weekend Bluegrass Brunch after its sister restaurant, The Sutler, shuttered last year. Live pickers offer just one more reason to enjoy a morning meal at Von Elrod’s on top of a menu of sausages, pecan sticky buns, breakfast burritos, and mimosas (served in a liter-sized beer stein).
If you’re a fan of sunshine and a big stein, the convivial beer garden at Von Elrod’s should be your home away from home. Sit at long communal tables while taking in the fresh air and electric atmosphere, especially when there’s a big sporting event on the televisions. In addition to prototypical Bavarian pretzels and exotic house made sausages, Von Elrod’s features a menu of Southern barbecue classics smoked low and slow over wood. Beer flows from 36 taps, and liter steins of mimosas are the proper pairing for the popular Bluegrass brunch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Prost!
Von Elrod’s is the wurst place to spend Christmas evening. No, really, this convivial modern beer hall serves some of the best sausages in town, and they’ll be open from 5 pm until 11 pm with 36 taps of craft beers to help take the edge off of a couple days with the family.
How to order: No reservations needed. Just grab a seat at one of the long Viking tables.