This village is designed to look like an old world German village, and it does a decent job as long as you don't look too closely. The buildings are colorful and made up mostly of shops on the ground floor and residences above the shops. Of the three times we've been there to walk around, it has felt very deserted with most of the shops either out of business or closed. The one restaurant that has often been open, and is actually quite a gem, is The Village Haus. If you get bored walking around or want a bite to eat, I highly recommend stopping in here for one of their delicious sandwiches or salads. The atmosphere is modern and cozy, and the service is great. As far as the village goes, I've heard great things about the Wonderful Good Market (which has never been open when we've been there), and the food/beer at the brewery. The brewery is situated separately from the village, so I always consider them two separate entities. If you plan on making a trip out to see the village, definitely inquire about special events/hours before doing so, so that you're not stuck walking around a ghost town that would be infinitely more charming if there were people filling the pedestrian walkways between buildings!
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