We went here on a Thursday night with friends for dinner. I was looking for some German food and ambiance, and was not disappointed.
They had a nice selection of German beers to choose from, served by a very friendly bartender at the bar. When my friends arrived we moved outside for dinner. For appetizers we got the half order of Reibekuchen and the Kleine Nürnberger Bratwürstchen. The Nürnberger Bratwürstchen were out of this world delicious. A nice mild spice that was complimented nicely with the sauerkraut.
For dinner I had the Sauerbraten and my friends both had the Jägerschnitzel. The food was cooked to perfection and delicious. The Sauerbraten was fall-apart tender with a not-too-sauer flavor. It was complimented nicely with the Spätzle and red cabbage. I also tried my friends Jägerschnitzel which was cooked perfect, not too dry, and had a very nice sauce with it.
The best part of our night started after dinner when we moved inside as it was getting chilly outside. They had a small three piece band (drums, bass, and clarinet) that was playing some awesome music. The place filled up and it had a great neighborhood feel to it and we were included as part of the group. To top the night off my friend and I took a stab at their 2.5L Boot. Not for the feint of heart, this is a lot of beer! After being told the ground rules ($100 if we break the boot and verification that we weren't driving) we spent the next 45 minutes pounding the boot listening to music. What a blast!
The only downside to the place was the parking. Took us about 15 minutes and 4 blocks away to find a spot.
Definitely recommend this spot, especially if they have a band.