A German & Belgian Beer and Sausage Haus with a Great Beergarden

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Welcome to Haus Kansas City Restaurants. We serve old world style beers; most from Europe but some from the best craft breweries in the US. We have 20 beers on tap served in the proper brewery glass every time. We also have a cool selection of beers in the bottle.

 Along with the Belgian beer and German beer, we proudly serve fresh, delicious sausage sourced locally, an all natural butcher shop in the East Bottoms. All meat is sourced within 150 miles of Kansas City and delivered to us almost every day, making your sausage always fresh, never frozen. Our wurst is served on a fresh pretzel bun from Farm to Market Bread Company with your choice of toppings.

Oh, we also do fries here. Real fries from real potatoes that we cut with our own real hands. We fry them twice, Belgian style, so they come out crispy and loaded with flavor. We offer a sweet selection of unique dipping sauces that you will love.

Haus does offer a small but interesting ‘wines by the glass‘ list and a full bar service for our friends that just aren’t into the beer thing.  But don’t worry, we’ll get them to try something sooner or later…


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