Definition of biergarten
: beer garden The cabbie drops us at a massive old aristocratic house that's been a biergarten for 200 years. … Five acres of outside picnic tables sit filled with exactly four customers. — Mancow Muller et al., Dad, Dames, Demons, and a Dwarf: My Trip Down, 2003 The club is in the historic district, miles from the biergartens where their comrades fill themselves with liters of pale pilsner and oily sausage … — Steve Almond, My Life In Heavy Metal: Stories, 2003 … Main Street filled up with gift shops and German restaurants and biergartens … — Wine Spectator, 15 June 2005
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