Go ahead and picture the most stereotypical representation of a biergarten you can dream up. This is Rhein Haus, and it’s actually great. This place is huge and packed to the brim with long wooden tables, bratwurst, and college students who managed to sneak in with their fake ID’s. If you can get past the fact that the line to the bathroom will be excruciating and that most of the people here are basically children, bring the gang and pound liters of interesting beers in glass boots, eat comically large pretzels, and pay the eight dollars an hour to play bocce ball super competitively until you basically hate your friends. Prost.
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