Brauhaus is owned and run by the same people who own and run the Irish pub Murphy's Law, next door. They also share a kitchen. So it's possible to get any food off either menu at both Murphy's and Brauhaus.
My spouse and I visit about once a month and sometimes I order off the German menu, sometimes off the Irish pub menu. My favorite Irish item is the bacon and brie sandwich. As it says it's a sandwich of bacon and brie. It also includes a cranberry jelly and is served with a side salad. Yummy. My favorite of the German menu is the Heaven and Hell Schnitzel. I usually opt for a pork schnitzel (you can choose pork or veal) and it's served with two sauces, a white creamy "heaven" sauce and a red paprika "hell" sauce. Both are delicious and it's served with carrot and cabbage salad. Other items I recommend are the cheesy spaetzel (reminds me of mac and cheese), the shepard's pie, Guiness stew, and the Hungarian gulash, when they have them.
They do sometimes run out of their more popular dishes. And occasionally run out of their more popular beers. On most nights there is a pretty good selection of beers. It can get noisy Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings. I usually find that it's too noisy to talk in the evenings at Murphy's Law so I prefer to dine over in the far more quiet Brauhaus.
Service can sometimes be very slow on both sides of the restaurant. I think it's because they're chronically understaffed. So don't go there if you're in a hurry.
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