Unique Beer Garden in West Palm Beach

Lorea Thomson
Posted by Lorea Thomson
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Since 2017, The Butcher Shop Beer Garden & Grill, 209 6th Street, West Palm Beach, has quickly become a staple to downtown. It is in a historical building which was once an old airplane hangar. This restaurant is home to a three-part concept featuring a retail butcher shop, a full-service dining area and a German-style beer garden with local beers, wine and artisanal cocktails.  The Butcher Shop and Beer Garden has been named one the "10 Best New Restaurants in the Palm Beaches".

The Butcher Shop holds true to its the Eastern European flavor and serves a mix of local Palm Beach County brews, including Twisted Trunk and Saltwater Brewery. The beers on tap are be offered in 3-liter sizes. The full bar offers a traditional happy hour scene.  Mainstays found on the menu are fairly priced which include hot German pretzels with a cheddar sauce, authentic pierogis filled with potato and cheese, and German apple strudel with ice cream and a caramel glaze. 

The butcher shop retail space embodies an old-school New York butcher shop and uses authentic butchery techniques. They stock fresh, all-natural, antibiotic and hormone-free cuts of steak, a selection of Certified Angus Prime, 100% certified organic poultry, homemade sausages and hamburgers.  

By combining a beer garden and butcher shop, The Butcher Shop offers prime meats, great quality sausages and burgers for ordering inside the restaurant, or for taking home to cook for the family. While meat is the menu’s focus, vegetarians will also find items to order, including the Butcher Shop Salad and the Grilled Vegetable Tower.

For more information please visit butchershopbeergarden.com or phone 561-812-2336 for reservations.


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