Radegast Hall & Biergarten
If the Austro-Hungarian Empire needed an American memorial, Radegast would be it. Decked out with iron chandeliers and white-bloused barmaids in dirndl dresses, Radegast combines the only two things Austria and Hungary agreed on: sausage and beer. Chug lagers like Weihenstephaner Dunkel Weisse or Pilsner Urquel in mugs that question both your sanity and sobriety level. If hungry and seated at one of their massive communal 150-year-old bard wood table, toss the chef’s menu and head to the grill where you can find sizzling brats and Polish sausages. Grab something hot off the grill and indulge in this massive, pause-worthy sausage fest.