If you don’t want to head out to the suburbs to get your German fix, a newcomer to the Knox-Henderson neighborhood offers a taste of Bavaria. Glass Boot Biergarten is a place to drink beer, first and foremost. They have large mugs and boot-shaped glasses that they’ll fill with a small selection of German beers, in addition to a wide selection of the cans and bottles you’ll find at most of the party bars along Henderson Avenue. You won’t find sausages like these elsewhere, though. You can order a plump bierwurst with a finely ground and springy texture, and other German links like smaller Nürnbergers, which come in pairs, Weisswurst and Knockwurst. Or maybe you’d prefer to nibble on a smoky Polish Kolbasse or even smokier Cajun Andouille. And to prove that no sausage is left behind, a mild Italian sausage joins a number of Franken-sausages made with ingredients including chicken and cheese.
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