Prost Wurstgrill and Bierhouse now opens in Brickell. Opening on Brickell’s restaurant alley at 1036 South Miami Avenue, Prost was designed to promote personal interaction. The 80 seats are spread among family-style rustic tables and benches around a butcher-block bar top, surrounded by wood paneled walls and one large chalk wall, a non-digital, old-school interactive blank canvas for local artists and, in time, customers. Here is more information about Prost :
According to Urban Daddy :
“The vibe: real laid-back. And with all of the traditional beerhouse trappings—long wooden communal tables and a handsome brick-lined bar. But also, chalkboard art and multicolored deer heads mounted on the wall. Kind of like a German beer hall gone rogue. Which makes sense when you take a look at the menu. Sure, there are sausages. All made in-house. But they use stuff like Wagyu brisket that’s been infused with red wine and a duck chorizo served with violet mustard. Also: 12-inch Bavarian-style pretzels and apple strudel sprung from the mind of a former Swine chef.”
According to Eater :
“The menu, too, puts a spin on what German restaurants typically offer. No doubt, the highlight is the list of sumptuous sausages, which are made in-house with a state-of-the-art sausage-maker that was imported from Germany. (According to the manufacturer, Prost might be the only restaurant that has ever purchased one.) It allows our chef to be creative when conceiving these almost-poetic sausages. We can literally change our sausage offerings daily. I really want each sausage to be a different experience, not only texturally, but flavor-wise, says consulting chef Phillip Bryant, who was formerly executive chef at Swine Southern Table & Bar in Coral Gables and the former chef de cuisine at Yardbird in Miami Beach.” written by Eater Staff.
According to Racked :
“Brickell’s getting a bierhaus, and this one goes by the name of Prost, which literally translates to “cheers!” in German. Don’t think of it as a stereotypical bierhaus though. There are pretzels and sausages, yes, but you’ll find no lads clad in lederhosen, no ladies in dirndl. Instead, you’ll find chalkboard walls, craft beers, a grade A chef.”
According to New Times :
“The sausages are all $8 each and include a duck chorizo; a beef and barley made with Jackman Ranch wagyu; a Southeast Family Farms pork bratwurst with mustard & Prost sauerkraut, and a Tanglewood Farms free-range chicken sausage. Prost is also offering one of the few authentic German pretzels in the United States, with dough flown in from a specialty bakery in Las Vegas, then freshly baked on the premises. Served with house-made mustard, they’re $12 each. A curated selection of beers on tap include German beers and local brews.” written by Laine Doss.
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