My wife, daughter, and I dined there on a Monday night in mid-January. We went partially for the atmosphere as there is an accordian player there nightly and our daugther likes schnitzel. We ordered a sauerkraut (wine kraut) soup, chicken schnitzel, german potato salad, and kasespaetzl. I was a little disappointed with the kasespaetzl because my expectations are very high having lived in Austria. However, my wife had rave reviews for the schnitzel and soup. The accordian (and harmonica) spieler livened up the place. The price seemed fair although the drink prices were off the chart (go to Pavz for a good value draft beer).
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