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Take a First Look at Butchertown Hall's Flame-Kissed Meaty Menus

Brunch, lunch, dinner and late night eats are on the way.

Test runs in Butchertown Hall's kitchen.
Test runs in Butchertown Hall's kitchen.
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The opening of Germantown's Butchertown Hall, the German-inspired restaurant and beer garden from local restaurateur Terry Raley, is imminent, with an official opening set for this Saturday. And exactly what the kitchen, helmed by Holland House Bar and Refuge vet Benjamin Houk, will be cooking up has been kept pretty quiet, with just a few teases recently on social media. But right now, Eater has a first look at the finalized lunch, dinner and late night menus (with a brunch menu still to come). And it's a pretty interesting meaty mix.

The offerings consist of German and Mexican-inspired dishes, with many of the menu elements seeing time on the kitchen's large Argentine wood-fired grill, the Infierno 96. Items range from a la carte tacos such as lamb guisada and grilled redfish, sandwiches like the "butcher's double burger" and the "Texas trinity" with brisket, pulled rib meat and knackwurst, to larger plates like the Vaquero 22 ounce ribeye for two. There is also a section entitled "Smoke," where various meats are available by the sandwich or pound and sausages by the link or whole roll. See the full menus below for all the details.

As for hours, Raley tells Eater that they will be open from 11 a.m. until late opening weekend, with future hours being 11 a.m. to late Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to late Saturday and Sunday.

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