Lloyd added that 301 Bistro will offer authentic German sausage platters and giant Bavarian pretzels for beer garden patrons.
“The dinner menu features true fusion dishes that incorporate German, Southern and Gulf Coast traditions,” he added.
As the restaurant’s name indicates, 301 Bistro, Bar and Beer Garden will have something for everyone. Complementing the bold and eclectic dishes, the inside bar will feature craft cocktails as well as local craft beers, German classics, and various wine selections. The outside beer garden will provide beer and wine, while also offering a large range of appetizers that are also available in the indoor bar venue.
Operating manager Sarah Thompson wants people to consider 301 Bistro as a regular, affordable hangout with friends and family.
“We want people to think of the Bistro as a place to come for a regular happy hour or dinner after work,” Thompson said. “We don’t want to be considered just a special occasion venue but a place that people can come for great food all the time.”
And while finding parking in parts of downtown Tuscaloosa can be challenging, 301 Bistro, Bar and Beer Garden has that angle covered. On-site parking will be available to accommodate approximately 90 vehicles.
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