Hofbräuhaus St. Petersburg
If you wandered into Hofbräuhaus St. Petersburg and forgot about the hot Florida sun outside, you could easily convince yourself you were hanging out in Bavaria itself. The Florida version of Munich's famed beer hall has almost everything its German counterpart has, from beer served in heavy liter glass mugs to wursts and schnitzels created using imported ingredients. As at the Hofbräuhaus in Munich, patrons at this location enjoy their beer and food at picnic-style tables, though they also can hang out in the more private King Ludwig or Duke Wilhelm rooms.
Even the beer served comes straight from Munich. Here, you'll find Hofbräuhaus's original, Dunkel, and Hefeweizen, as well as seasonal brews such as Doppelbock and Maibock. Even though they may be thousands of miles away from home, the brews at Hofbräuhaus St. Petersburg are served the same way they were more than 400 years ago when the first batch was created.