Jacob Wirth

Jacob Wirth

Marked by a large, vintage clock suspended over the door, this legendary German beer hall’s antiquated facade stands out on the border of Chinatown. Opened in 1868 by bold businessman Jake Wirth, it was the original bar to pour Anheuser Busch beer, and today maintains its reputation for serving authentic German and Belgium drafts.

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