Time for a Biergarten, your table is reserved.
Boulder's Biergarten has a variety of tasty beers, pretzels, sausages, snacks, meats, along with daily specials. Let's sit at the bier tables, sing om pah pah and enjoy life Bohemian style.
The Bohemian Biergarten, a European-style beer garden owned by Czech born Zdenek Srom, opened its doors in Boulder. This beer-centric hall occupies the space at[masked]th Street in Boulder that was home to Shug's Low Country Cuisine and the longer lasting Trilogy Lounge prior to that that.
The Biergarten is about sharing a European-style beer, whether Czech, German, Austrian, or Belgian, in a casual and friendly atmosphere along side small plates and shared platers. The food has Czech influences but it is adapted to the time and place. "Czech and middle-European cuisine is what some call food for digging holes," chef Matthew Walker-Bannon said. Those heavy dishes get a makeover. The menu includes a variety of sausages like the signature bratwurst with mashed potatoes and sauerkraut, but also salads like the beets with radishes and blue cheese crumbles and soups like the beer and onion soup.
Pretzels are a big part of the grub here as they work great with beer. The team at the Bohemian Biergarten researched extensively to find the best pretzel in the land and it settled on the lye-dipped pretzels made by local baker Brad Lapin. Those make an appearance in the Swiss raclette and Kirsch cheese dip with pretzel dippers.
Pretzels aside, guests can expect to see dishes ranging from the Hungarian beef goulash with herb dumpling to the housemade headcheese with cucumber salad and red onion pickle and the beer-battered mackerel with rosti potatoes and sauce tartare. Lunch will be a selection of more familiar dishes to allow those taking a break from work to order quickly from a selection of comforting dishes that include four soups, four sandwiches, and two salads.
Hope to see you there!