Long Beach has its fair share of sports bars, but Rasselbock is the best. This biergarten is an excellent place to spend a weekend afternoon watching the Dodgers, Trojans, or Rams. They’ve got a long list of hard-to-find German and Belgian craft beers like trappist ales, quads, and tripels, and the food is exactly what you want to be eating while you’re watching sports and drinking dark beers - sausages, sauerkraut, pretzels, and an excellent pork loin schnitzel with garlic cream sauce.
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