Went there with my wife as we drove by and made a quick decision to try it out late in the evening around 9pm when other places were shutting down. The setup inside is like a Bavarian beer hall. Tall ceiling, long wooden tables and benches and communal seating. We had a great conversation with another couple sitting with us. We started off with some Oktoberfest beers. I had the Taunsteiner festbier and she had the Paulaner Oktoberfest beer. We each shared a bratwurst platter with 6 various types of sausages serves with red cabbage sauerkraut and with a size of spatzle with brown gravy. The meal was quite filling and we topped it off with a Kaiserschmarn an Austrian/German desert pancake served with fruit sauce. If the urge for German food is calling to you, don't hesitate to make a stop here!
PS - Found out later this is the second location. The original is in the East Village in NYC.
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