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4732 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, IL 60625, United States

Since 1965, the Brauhaus has been bringing a year-round Oktoberfest spirit to the Lincoln Square neighborhood, where many German immigrants first settled in Chicago. The restaurant’s spacious interior is adorned with wood paneling, shaded chandeliers, and kitschy German statues, as well as a large dance floor where the house band has patrons performing polkas nightly. When they’re not dancing, visitors can enjoy traditional German specialties such as liver dumpling soup, bratwurst, and wiener schnitzel (a fried Vienna-style cutlet), all complemented by a stein (traditional mug) of cold Steigl or Spaten.

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Chicago Brauhaus

Since 1965, the Brauhaus has been bringing a year-round Oktoberfest spirit to the Lincoln Square neighborhood, where many German immigrants first settled in Chicago. The restaurant’s spacious interior is adorned with wood paneling, shaded chandeliers, and kitschy German statues, as well as a large dance floor where the house band has patrons performing polkas nightly. When they’re not dancing, visitors can enjoy traditional German specialties such as liver dumpling soup, bratwurst, and wiener schnitzel (a fried Vienna-style cutlet), all complemented by a stein (traditional mug) of cold Steigl or Spaten.