The infamous Santa Barbara restaurant, Hoffmann brat Haus, is once again open for business. The restaurant’s owners, Joel and Josie Hoffmann, teamed up with Rob Dayton, Nancy Dayton, and Natalie Claxton to create the menu. The food features a German and Belgian focus, and includes Belgian fries, Belgian waffles, and 23 types of sausage. While you might not think brats are a great meal by themselves, you’ll want to try the beer and waffles that come with the German sausage.
Hoffmann brat Haus has reopened
The Hoffmann Brat Haus has closed. You’ve probably seen the photos, but it’s not entirely clear why the restaurant has closed. The owner, Joel Hoffmann, posted a note on Instagram saying, “Our doors will be closing on Sunday, September 23.” The announcement came just days after the reopening of DOH, another beer and doughnut concept that Hoffmann had created. But the news is not all bad.
Hoffmann brat Haus has closed
If you’ve been craving some Bavarian fare, you’ll be sad to know that Hoffmann Brat Haus is closing. Located in Paseo Nuevo, this restaurant served traditional Bavarian food in a cozy atmosphere. The menu featured 23 different kinds of sausages, as well as European beer and a variety of Belgian-style fries. The building is set to be replaced by housing, which means that it will no longer be a dining destination.