THE BIERGARTEN

Merging elements of the small cafés and biergartens that dot the landscape of Germany experienced by co-founder Chef Jennifer Hill Booker with the distinctive German-American vibe of co-founder Daniel Hintz’s hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Bauhaus Biergarten offers a unique experience in Northwest Arkansas.

 

Winter Bar & Biergarten Hours

Thursday 4pm – 9pm
Friday 4pm – 9pm
Saturday 11am – 9pm

Kitchen Hours:

Thursday 430pm – 830pm
Friday 430pm – 830pm
Saturday Noon– 830pm

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479-770-5552

MEMBERSHIP

Bauhaus Stein Club

Our social club for beer enthusiasts, this membership is renewed annually.

  • Specially designed T-shirt, with a new design each year
  • Use of Special Member Stein while in the Biergarten
  • Invitations to Members Only Tap Takeovers + Wine Tastings
  • Ticket discounts to special events and culinary classes
  • Discount for participation in Bauhaus CSA

Grundstein Club

Named after the German word for a building foundation stone, these members become our anchor supporters in the launch of this unique Northwest Arkansas culinary experience. Buying into this special relationship is only available in our first year of operations and the benefits befit this special relationship between Bauhaus Biergarten and the Grundstein Club members.

  • $250 one-time gift card for Bauhaus use
  • A special annual event for Grundstein Club members only
  • Special German beer stein with nameplate to be used at Bauhaus
  • Engraved nameplate on the Grundstein Club Wall of Awesomeness
  • Specially designed T-shirt, with a new design each year
  • Invitations to Members Only Tap Takeovers and Wine Tastings
  • Ticket discounts to special events and culinary classes
  • Discount for participation in Bauhaus CSA

The Concept

Located in the Arts District of downtown Springdale, Arkansas, the Biergarten concept is named after the Staatliches Bauhaus, commonly just known as The Bauhaus.

The Concept

Located in the Arts District of downtown Springdale, Arkansas, the Biergarten concept is named after the Staatliches Bauhaus, commonly just known as The Bauhaus.

BAUHAUS

Envisioned as a destination for the entire community, Bauhaus Biergarten will not only be providing an array of German, European and Wisconsin beverages and products, but the space will also offer collaborative dinners with chefs from around the country, as well incorporate visual and performing arts as part of the concept programming.

ADDRESS

326 Holcomb Street, Suite 102, Springdale, AR 72764

479.770.5552

BAUHAUS

Envisioned as a destination for the entire community, Bauhaus Biergarten will not only be providing an array of German, European and Wisconsin beverages and products, but the space will also offer collaborative dinners with chefs from around the country, as well incorporate visual and performing arts as part of the concept programming.

ADDRESS

326 Holcomb St, Springdale, AR 72764

479.770.5552

The Founding Team

CEO/Chief Experience Designer

Daniel Hintz

Daniel Hintz founded the Velocity Group in 2014 to provide a systems-based approach to placemaking, focusing on the dynamic ways the individual parts of a project interrelates within the larger community context. It his belief in the power of collective wisdom and working with people driven by a common vision that provides the powerfully collaborative outcomes of Velocity Group projects. Daniel has cultivated his approach over a lifetime of work as an actor, filmmaker, chef, educator, non-profit executive, small business owner, property developer, restauranteur, event producer, social service provider, community advocate and volunteer, informing his uncommon approach to the work of placemaking and community experience design.

As CEO/Chief Experience Officer of Velocity, Daniel has worked on a wide variety of projects all over North America, including downtown master plans, regional economic development initiatives, branding and marketing strategies, private development projects and tenant programming, event production, art and cultural initiatives, restaurant and hospitality concepts, public outreach and engagement, and public policy work. He has also founded Blockline, LLC, a private development company that aligns strategic investments, catalytic projects and associated tenant programming that supports both solid returns and strengthens the adjacent neighborhoods.

Daniel served as Executive Director of Fayetteville Downtown Partners, where he produced the Fayetteville Arts Festival, structured the formation of the Fayetteville Arts Council, co-wrote the initial Fayetteville Public Art Policy, crafted the state’s first municipally formed Arts District in downtown Fayetteville and changed state BID law to include the arts as a fundable line item, among other projects. He went on to serve as Executive Director of Downtown Bentonville, Inc., where he managed and facilitated economic development, experience design and marketing for the 1,768-acre downtown district. Growing the non-profit downtown association from two to seven employees, expanding organizational revenue by 300%, directly recruiting over $50 Million in downtown investment and producing 400+ events that generated over 750,000+ visitors to downtown, his work fostered a growing art, entertainment, culinary, and entrepreneurial scene which has earned national attention.

In 2008, he earned an Experience Economy Expert certification from Joseph Pine and Jim Gilmore. Their thoughts on the rising consumer value of experience and authenticity were listed by TIME magazine as a Top 100 Idea Changing the World. He was the editor for the annual statewide magazine Block, Street, and Building: New Urbanism in Arkansas published by the Arkansas Times from 2016-2019. Daniel now serves on the Advisory Board for First National Bank of NWA, the Programs Chair on the Board of Urban Land Institute of Northwest Arkansas, and as a Commissioner for the Bentonville Advertising and Promotions Commission, among numerous other volunteer and philanthropic endeavors. He holds a BFA in Film from the University of Colorado Boulder.
Daniel served as Executive Director of Fayetteville Downtown Partners, where he produced the Fayetteville Arts Festival, structured the formation of the Fayetteville Arts Council, co-wrote the initial Fayetteville Public Art Policy, crafted the state’s first municipally formed Arts District in downtown Fayetteville and changed state BID law to include the arts as a fundable line item. He went on to serve as Executive Director of Downtown Bentonville, Inc., where he managed and facilitated economic development, experience design, and marketing for the 1,768-acre downtown district. Growing the non-profit downtown association from two to seven employees, expanding organizational revenue by 300%, directly recruiting over $50 Million in downtown investment and producing 400+ events that generated over 750,000+ visitors to downtown.

Chef/Owner

Jennifer Hill Booker

An Impact Fellow with the James Beard Foundation, a Georgia Grown Executive Chef for the Georgia Department of Agriculture, the Culinary Explorer for the Georgia Department of Tourism and Travel, founder of Southern Divas of the New South™ Dinner Series, active member of the prestigious Atlanta chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier International and a James Beard Foundation Food Waste Advisory Council member… Chef Jennifer Hill Booker is a culinary force. Jennifer finds herself blazing culinary trails as she wears many culinary hats as chef, cookbook author of Field Peas to Foie Gras: Southern Recipes with a French Accent and Dinner Déjà Vu: Southern Tonight, French Tomorrow, reality TV personality, culinary educator and business owner.

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