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King’s BierHaus Hits The Heights Next Month

The Pearland fave finally heads inside the loop

So. Much. Sausage.
Courtesy King’s BierHaus
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For too long, Houstonians have had to schlep to Pearland for a legit German beer experience. But that will all soon change as the much-anticipated King’s BierHaus makes its debut in Houston proper.

Announced via release, King’s BierHaus will officially open its door in the Heights at 2044 E. T.C. Jester next month. The restaurant will serve up a more modern approach to German fare than its suburban sibling King’s Biergarten, combining German and American cuisines with plenty of excellent brews.

But fortunately, drinkers will be able to take in the biergarten vibe in the 9,000 square foot outdoor beer garden (which includes a small “river”) complete with bar games and hammocks for lounging. In its indoor space, BierHaus will offer communal seating, cozy tables, and plenty of TVs for watching sports.

As far as the menu is concerned, look forward to plenty of sausages, topped with everything from sauerkraut to a fried egg. The bar menu will serve up an extensive selection of beers, along with a menu of craft cocktails and a lengthy whiskey list. Notably, BierHaus will also offer what it calls the “largest authentic schnapps collection in Texas.”

King’s BierHaus will swing open the doors by the end of April, but Houstonians can scope out a first glimpse starting on April 20, when the restaurant hosts its grand opening festivities. Tickets are free, but you’ll have to score your reservation via EventBrite.