Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant


Come and enjoy a uniquely fresh experience at The Market Common’s Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant. Our heritage of superior quality harkens back nearly 500 years to the introduction of Reinheitsgebot, otherwise known as the “German Purity Law.”

Although originally intended to maintain quality brewing practices, this tradition of using only the freshest, purest ingredients, governs every aspect of the Gordon Biersch experience.

Gordon Biersch Brewery RestaurantRecent Reviews

C. Angel

2 weeks ago

EXCELLENT! Great Food, Great Drink! Great Service and Great people! I love this place! The food and drink is EXCELLENT and I have tried 90% of the menu. The Home Made Pretzel with the cheese fondue will knock your socks off as well as the pork chop! A porch chop that melts in your mouth, simply perfect! From the soups to the salads I have not had anything I did not like. ' The garlic fries will make your nose hurt at first but you keep returning for more. Management and staff are a cut above, nice and total "pro" in the business... I will keep returning, This is simply one of the best places to eat in the area, very comfortable vibe! I love it!

Garry Santmyer

6 months ago

A very good place for happy hour. The food is good and the beer selection is also good. The staff is very friendly and good @ what they do. The entree menu is also pretty good. TRY IT !

Blue Slippers

a month ago

Visited last Tuesday for dinner. Excellent food and service but the live music was way too loud. We were not even close to it but had to shout to have conversation with each other. The music would have been fine at a more reasonable background volume so people could enjoy dinner and conversation as well as the music. Will not ever go back on a Tuesday.

Sue Swezeny

2 months ago

Wonderful restaurant in a lovely walking area full of local shops. The menu is great. Eating in or on the patio. Had the Ahi tuna salad and it was superb! Lots of good choices for food. Slim choices for vegetarian.

Gerald Shultz

3 months ago

The good: Our waitress, Nicole, was excellent. The salmon was excellent. The Schwarzbier was excellent. The bad: We got the triple chocolate brownie to go since we were staying only 5 minutes away. When we opened it up, the brownie was burned around the edges and rock hard. What a disappointment. Gotta wonder if the kitchen figured we couldn't complain since we wouldn't find out until we were gone. Poor end to what had been a great experience.

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