Biergarten Boca Raton Slated for October Opening

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South Florida is flooded with temples to craft brews. Next up? Biergarten Boca Raton, a casual Tyrolean restaurant conceived by Arturo Gismondi of Cannoli Kitchen. Slated to open October 1st, the restaurant concept- for now, anyway- is German-inspired interior with an international menu.

Inside the 4500 s.f. space, long communal tables with tree trunk stools

will offer seating for up to 70 people. Upstairs, the VIP room is cozier, while outdoor benches will support up to 40 drinkers and room

enough for a wood-burning grill.

Biergarten will serve up 24

craft beers on tap and 24 bottles in traditional steins. Among them

they'll offer Trappist brews, the Belgian beers brewed by Trappist monks

according to stringent regulations. Sorry, hopheads, these beers are

for malt lovers.

Pretzels, schnitzels, sausages, cheeses, and

soups make the menu draft, with a handful of crowd pleasers like roast

beef sliders.

Biergarten is the second beer temple to open in

Boca in the fast few months, the first of which was the English Tap

and Beer Garden, which debuted in June.

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