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5 restaurants for charcuterie and beer

Looking to up your charcuterie game and down delicious beer? Look no further than these spots.
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Photo by Ed Rudolph for DRAFT

Photo by Ed Rudolph for DRAFT

Looking to up your charcuterie game and down delicious beer? Look no further:

New York City // CANNIBAL
113 E. 29th St., cannibalnyc.com
Grab a seat at the counter or head to the patio at this daytime cafe and butcher shop that becomes a charcuterie-and-small-plates destination by night. Good luck choosing from the 400-plus-bottle beer menu.

Chicago // THE RADLER
2375 N. Milwaukee Ave., dasradler.com
A beer hall for the urban set, this Logan Square neighborhood spot pours local and international German-style beers (in steins, if you’d like) alongside lemon, grapefruit and blood orange versions of its namesake radler. Rotating charcuterie spreads lean German, too.

Austin // SALT & TIME
1912 E. 7th St., saltandtime.com
Order up a charcuterie board or go whole-hog with daily offal specials at this combo butcher shop, restaurant and salumeria. Wash it down with rotating draft beers or a bottle from Jester King or Mikkeller.

Minneapolis // BUTCHER & THE BOAR
1121 Hennepin Ave., butcherandtheboar.com
Check out familiar charcuterie made with unexpected game—think elk terrine and wild boar head cheese—at this energetic restaurant with an all-seasons beer garden.

San Diego // BROTHERS PROVISIONS
16451 Bernardo Center Dr., brosprovisions.com
Snack on cured meats, pates and cold cuts alongside a broad cheese selection at this deli/cafe that also pours 15 draft beers with hundreds more in bottles.

 

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Kate Bernot is DRAFT’s beer editor. Reach her at kate.bernot[at]draftmag.com.

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