Santa Ana's Wursthaus is Similar to LA's Wurstküche—But That's Not a Bad Thing

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 5, 2016
Whenever a new sausage and beer-hall concept is reviewed, comparisons to LA's Wurstküche—which arguably created the blueprint for all sausage-and-beer joints that followed it in Southern California and beyond—must be made. So let's get it out of...
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