, the brand-new outpost from Pearland's beloved King's Biergarten duo Hans and Philipp Sitter, officially opens at 5 p.m. on May 8 at 2044 East TC Jester.
The 400-seat venue is meant to be more of a modern take on the Biergarten concept and includes a sprawling 9,000-square-foot beer garden complete with its own small river, hammock seating, bar games including giant Jenga and pingpong, and, of course, plans for live music, with a focus on German bands.
Inside, guests can order from some 31 taps at the 85-foot distressed stone bar, which features seating along with communal tables and booths, with televisions for all your game-watching needs. Expect lots of German and German monastery brews, local beers and some top-rated wonders, including Weinstephaner Vitus. On the booze side, whiskey, craft cocktails, frozen drinks, shareable drinks, German and Austrian wines, and a huge Schnapps collection will also be available. Plus, there is something called Das Boot, a 2.5-liter glass boot of beer that will set you back $55 — you get to take home the boot, though.
On the menu
, you'll find everything from Bavarian fried pickles and huge pretzels to goulash, along with salads, burgers, Wiener schnitzel and much more in the $5 to $20 range (a few entrées do reach into the low $30s). An expansive sausage menu includes traditional variations, exotic meats such as rabbit and rattlesnake, and even vegan options.
King's BierHaus will offer dinner-only until May 15, when lunch service will be launched.
King's BierHaus, 281-990-3042, kingsbierhaus.com
2044 East TC Jester
Current Hours: Opens 5 p.m. every day until May 15.