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9669 S. Santa Monica Blvd. (N. Bedford Dr.) Send to Phone
BIERBEISL HAS CLOSED AND WILL REOPEN IN A NEW LOCATION IN 2014 Authentic Austrian fare in Beverly Hills.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED BierBeisl Restaurant Review

: BIERBEISL HAS CLOSED AND WILL REOPEN IN A NEW LOCATION IN 2014 Chef Bernhard Mairinger, an alum of Patina, has struck out on his own with BierBeisl on Little Santa Monica Boulevard. Housing a handful of tables plus six seats at the bar, the small space has a modern industrial feel with touches of sophistication. The restaurant pays tribute to Mairinger’s native country Austria, and the simple menu is orientated around several preparations of sausages made especially for BierBeisl by the Continental Gourmet Sausage in Glendale. Start with the “BierBeisl” Carpaccio, composed of thin slices of roast pork and bread dumpling with pumpkin seed oil vinaigrette. An assortment of other dishes aim to please the palate, including beef medallions with homemade spätzle, and seared lamb loin with goat cheese polenta, roasted sweet peppers and fava beans. In keeping with Austrian tradition, you’ll also find schnitzel garnished with lingonberries. Desserts, such as apple strudel with homemade vanilla ice cream, keep the experience flying high. A selection of regional wines and Austrian, Czech and German beers is available, as well as schnapps (clear brandies made from fermented fruits like plum and apple). Overall, BierBeisl presents a good value in ritzy Beverly Hills.

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