Photography: Rett Peek |
New to town and quickly becoming a crowd favorite, Little Rock’s Fassler Hall is a German pub featuring local and European brews and house-made sausages along with a weekend brunch. “Fassler Hall is all about bringing the community together. It’s why we have communal seating—so you can grab dinner with your all of your friends or sit down with someone from the community that you may not know and have a beer,” says general manager Ashley Price.
How they got their name: Fassler is a German term meaning “one who makes barrels.” Since the restaurant is a beer hall with European inspiration, the term seems a fitting moniker.
What’s on tap: You’ll find 18 beers ready for a mug, including five locally brewed selections as well as several German and Eastern European options.
All fun and games: Ladder ball, bocce, cornhole, and giant Jenga are a few of the free, ready-to-play outdoor games guests can enjoy, along with sidewalk chalk for the kids (and kids at heart).
Pictured above, clockwise from top: Pretzel with Dusseldorf Sauce and Smoked Gouda Cheese Sauce; Spaten Optimator beer; Duck Fat Fries; Chicago Dog; Ayinger Brauweisse beer.