800 E 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9001334.045603 -118.236058
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Central LA, Civic Center / Little Tokyo
Wurstkuche (pronounced "VURST koo kah") serves a variety of traditional, gourmet, and veggie sausages on a bun. For the spiciest hot dog you'll ever eat try the Louisiana Hot Link with spicy peppers, chipotle ketchup, and spicy mustard. Then wash it down with a cold Saint Feuillien farm house ale or any of their impressive German and Belgian beers on tap. If you're feeling adventurous try the crocodile and pork sausage or the rabbit and veal sausage.
It's always way too crowded, but Wurstkuche delivers with succulent sausages, Belgian fries and a satisfying beer selection.
Exotic grilled sausages: Rabbit, crocodile, duck, buffalo. Must get Belgian fries and a beer with your sausage.
One of my favorite cheap-eats go-to. The sausages are awesome as are the fries.
They specialize in sausages and even cater to veggies. Their fries with several dipping sauces and strawberry beer are the best.
I recommend the rattlesnake and rabbit sausage and an order or fries. Curry ketchup for the dipping sauce is divine!
This place is a delicious sausage fest in every sense of the word! (Get your head out of the gutter..)
Sausages, Sausages and more Belgium fries... little tip, get yourself a carousel of beer!
Ever have a hankering for strange brats and gourmet sausages then this is the place for you. I went here once before I knew about The Brat House in Sherman Oaks. Lots of great options with less parking. You can take with you, or have a nice German style meal and a beer (if that's your thing) at the restaurant. Pay for the Valet. Trust me on this.
A pub serving many differnt dogs and sausags. You can also find sausage sketch exotic meats. They have a variety of beers on tap. A kick back location where you order you food, go around the back to find a table, and the severs bring it. The food here is tasty and the cooked well.
Holy crap it's nirvana. Fabulous draft selection, delicious sausages, just wish it were a little less crowded.
Don't miss the white truffle oil fries they are to die for and oh yeah the gourmet sausages. Wash it down with a German draft beer.
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