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We ate dinner at Weingloeckle and were pretty satisfied. The staff was friendly and was even able to accept Swiss franks instead of Euro.
Food was great too. Flametart, liver and sausage were all tasty.
I used to go once or twice per month. A beauty place to enjoy with a great typical german wine and typical food which was always perfect and tasty. Price was right. And the best of all was the service: charming and thoughtful, attending every...More
I stopped in at the Weinglockle for a glass of wine. The building is really special, built around year 1200 it still has the original log ceiling and walls. The front rooms has larger wooden tables/benches and bar seating, there is a smaller more intimate...More