This family-run restaurant is located in a stripmall, but once inside, you step into a cozy, authentic German biergarten. The schnitzels and potato pancakes are the equal of any you'll find on either side of the Atlantic. The veal was fork-tender, and very flavorful. The Grillhaxe was delicious and cooked perfectly. The menu has a wide selection of wursts and traditional German comfort food (think sauerbraten, etc.) Beer and wine selections (no hard liquor) complimented the menu very well, with american and german choices. Deserts are limited to strudel, honey cakes and ice cream...(a chocolate cake would be a nice addition).We dined on a Tuesday evening (open Tue-Sun), and did not require reservations, although the weekends are busier.
If you're looking for a change from the usual seafood/ italian/ steakhouse choices in the area..this is a great option.
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