Venture over to a German classic in bustling Pioneer Square, Altstadt. Surrounded by a warm and lively atmosphere, this renowned bierhalle cooks up mouthwatering German classics that are sure to please. With exposed brick walls, long wooden communal picnic tables and string lights draped from the ceiling, the rustic vibe is perfect for a hearty meal. For those looking for unparalleled German hospitality and cuisine in a homey atmosphere, look no further than this German bierhalle and brathaus.
Guests will arrive at Alstadt where they will be escorted to their semiprivate space. The Bar Manager will greet the group and provide a brief introduction to the restaurant's German heritage, cuisine and how he personally curates the beer list. Staff will then pour a flight of four 4-ounce authentic German beers and bring out platters of classic Brezels and condiments. The Bar Manager will walk the group through the flavors and brewing of each beer, as well as how they pair with other flavors. Once the group has gone through the German flight, a second flight of local Washington beers from various micro breweries will be poured for each guest and housemade charcuterie will be presented. The group will again be instructed through the tasting, learning the differences between authentic and local German beers.
*Beer list is rotating and subject to change
“The critic says, "Everything has flavor without being weighed down by fat," especially the four versions of leaner-than-usual, house-made sausage, "that still bursts with meaty essence." Hearty portions of sausage, sauerkraut, fries, and rye are evened out by the less heavy black kale salad.” Eater
“'If soaring ceilings and exposed brick walls aren’t your thing, a gaming nook cut into the wall by the bar has a built-in table for six, an ideal spot for a game of chess—or backgammon, dominoes, pinochle, whatever—and a few beers (did I mention it’s close to the bar?)” Seattle Met
209 1st Ave S
Seattle, WA 98104
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