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Prost Wurstgrill & Bierhouse Opens in Brickell

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Brickell is turning into one big beer and sausagefest with the opening of Prost Wurstgrill and Bierhouse.

The restaurant was opened by a group of German investors, led by Michael Sponaugle, last week with a limited "soft opening" menu. Prost is now open daily for dinner and will open for lunch and dinner with an expanded menu on July 30.

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Chef Phil Bryant, formerly with Swine Southern Table & Bar, is the consulting chef at the restaurant, and he's created a menu that focuses on house-made sausages using various proteins.

The sausages are all $8 each and include a duck chorizo; a beef and barley made with Jackman Ranch wagyu; a Southeast Family Farms pork bratwurst with mustard & Prost sauerkraut, and a Tanglewood Farms free-range chicken sausage.

Prost is also offering one of the few authentic German pretzels in the United States, with dough flown in from a specialty bakery in Las Vegas, then freshly baked on the premises. Served with house-made mustard, they're $12 each.

A curated selection of beers on tap include German beers and local brews.

Prost is open daily for dinner from 4 p.m. and will open for lunch and dinner, starting July 30.

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