My family went here for dinner last night. It was ok. They haven't invested much of anything in decor (we used to frequent this location when it was a Buffalo Wild Wings), it's definitely casual. It's also very loud. There was an accordian player for a little while which brings a nice fun feel to the place, but he seemed to stop when they changed all TVs over to the Crew game. The beer selection seemed good and fairly extensive. We did not indulge in the liter sized beers, the beer sampler (it looked to be on a spinning wheel of sorts, maybe next time for that one) nor the tower. The kids menu only has Chicken tenders and sausages on it, but that's enough for my picky eaters. We tried the pretzel and the german brat. The pretzel was good, but rather ordinary. The german brats were finely textured and very mild. Almost too mild. I'm not sure I really enjoyed it. It was definitely OK, but nothing I'd rave about nor order again. The saurkraut also isn't very sour. Maybe traditional german saurkraut isn't, but again, it just contributed to the overall blandness of the dinner. The table next to us just got burgers, I thought about getting a burger, but wanted to give the german theme a chance. If we go back, I might just try a burger and see how they do with that.
The food prices were average - kids chicken tenders was $4, burgers were $7 - 9 and the brats seemed to be $5 - 7. We were given a 25 minute wait at 630pm on a saturday night, but we didn't wait more than 15 for the table. Service was fine and the food came out very fast.
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