Choose from Three Options
- $12 for $20 worth of food and beer for two
- $24 for $40 worth of food and beer for four
- $36 for $60 worth of food and beer for six
- See the menu.
O.S.S. owners may play a bit coy about their business name—they'll never come clean about exactly what O.S.S. stands for—but they take their sausages very seriously. They consider sausage to be a comfort food, and assembled their menu with the idea of gathering comforting flavors from around the world. In addition to local classics such as the bratwurst, they serve a ginger-spiced Chinese pork sausage, a Turkish lamb and chicken sausage, and a Vietnamese sausage with pickled veggies and cilantro. They pair their meats with sides such as hand-cut french fries and cheese curds, both with dipping sauces such as Sriracha mayo, ranch, and sweet and hot mustard.