German cuisine has become more popular than ever, especially now that differing side dishes aren't symbolically separated by a wall of bread. Eat bin ein Berliner with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of German Cuisine
The menu includes short-rib sauerbraten with horseradish potato and brussels sprouts ($20); thuringer wurst stuffed with lightly smoked beef, pork, garlic, and ginger ($7 for one); and a schnitzel hoagie with lemon aioli and emmentaler cheese ($14).
Prost! combines the flat-screen televisions and late-night hours of a sports bar with the revelry-inducing atmosphere of a German beer hall. Wooden picnic-style tables fill most of the space, providing ample seating for large groups as well as opportunities for smaller parties to mingle with newfound friends over a stein or massive boot filled with one of 24 draft beers. In between toasts of imported German brews, guests can dig forks into traditional veal and pork würste—flavored with everything from curry and ginger to nutmeg and garlic—or grab hold of 20-ounce hot pretzels that Chicago magazine dubbed "Chicago’s (and quite possibly the world’s) most humongous soft pretzel."
By staying open until at least 2 a.m. daily, the beer hall ensures that groups can spend virtually the entire evening in a lively, communal environment reminiscent of a Bavarian tavern. Its 20 flat-screen televisions stay on until closing time, entertaining visitors with sports games and episodes of Lassie enhanced with a superimposed german shepherd.