Village Brauhaus opened in 2018 and is located in the heart of Alexandria, Virginia. Since then, the skilled and experienced chefs and staff have proven to please with quality interpretations of classic dishes and daring new ventures into the uncharted territories of food and drink.
Fun atmosphere with great German beer and yummy food.
The Brauhaus is always a great place to visit, we enjoy the food and the wonderful German Beer. This place is our families favorite place to get together, and enjoy the great atmosphere.
The Village Brauhaus is great addition to Alexandria's eateries.
We booked for a birthday dinner, happy that there's a German restaurant closer than an 90-minute drive. But overall it wasn't what we hoped. The best part was the cold wurst & cheese appetizer. They've taken the sauerbraten off the menu and now make it available as a sandwich only - this is not reflected in the online menu. The Wiener schnitzel was good, but my wife and our guest found the goulash under-seasoned and underwhelming. I would recommend this only to allow others to judge for themselves.
Enjoyed our gathering. Shared our entrees after our appetizers. Everyone enjoyed their meals
Our senior AV engineer is heading back to Germany an suggested that we send him off German style. Great send off.
Delicious and authentic food and beverage. Whether you have a small or a large party, the restaurant is able to accommodate. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable about the menu items. I have a great time every time I visit and recommend it to anyone who enjoys a hearty meal that isn't overpriced.
Bavarian-style ambiance and food/drink. Excellent beer and wursts and the German pretzel is fantastic.
The wait staff were friendly and cheerful, the pretzel appetizer was fresh, hot , and good. The accompanying mustards were good, however the cheese sauce was dull. The first main we tried to order was unavailable (although this was not noted on their web site), the others items desired were available. The Jägerschnitzel was over cooked in what appeared to be old oil (color and smell) and contained inedible bits of what appears to be joint material. The accompanying mushroom gravy, red cabbage, and spätzle were bland with little to no flavor. Overall not a great experience!
What a great time! Classic German beer hall, great food, beer, and ambiance. The noise was a little high but frankly that's part of the beer hall experience. Enjoy!
Amazing authentic German food. German wife approved!