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Food

Spend 3 Happy Hours Drinking 1-Cent PBR

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Inside Biergarten (via Facebook)


Inside Biergarten (via Facebook)
We've heard a few things here and there about a Korean-German restaurant in Koreatown called Biergarten, and as an ABK Germanophile, we had to check it out. For food they've got sausages, Korean tacos (apropos for any nouveau Korean restaurant), beer-can chicken, Pabst onion rings, sliders (one comes with peanut butter, and no we didn't get it), chicken wings, and the standard Korean pub fare.

The food is reasonably priced at 5-20 dollars (the most expensive dishes are for sharing, like the beer-can chicken which is carved tableside, which doesn't mean much but our server was shocked that we didn't take pictures, so people must dig it).

However, if you go during happy hour, you have the option of adding one penny per person (as long as you order one dish per person) to your bill for a pitcher of PBR.

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We'd advise you to go with the PBR first, and then work your way through some of the 25 brews they have on tap. The list includes some excellent German and Belgian beers at 6-8 dollars (even for the 16oz) drinks. Oddly enough, you can get Sapporo here (they use it for the chicken) but not Hite or OB, but with their list, you probably won't care. You can also finish the night off with beer floats, for 7 dollars. There's plenty of street parking and apparently all food during happy hour is 50% off, although we were too drunk to pay attention to our bill to confirm. They are open 7 days a week from 5 PM to Midnight, and their happy hour runs M-F from 5 PM to 8 PM. [Facebook]