A friend suggested we meet here when I asked to try someplace new for lunch. I arrived at 11:45 on a week day and had the place pretty much to myself, at least at first.
When you come in you are faced with a large chalk board highlighting your choices everything from bratwurst and beef franks to vegetarian, Italian, smoked antelope and yak sausages. Prices are around $6 for the classics and $8 for the exotics. Note: not a place for a non-meat eater.
You order at the counter, take your number and head to the long communal tables reminiscent of a Bavarian beer hall.
I ordered the lunch special. For around $10 you get a wurst with two toppings,side dish and a house beer (or soft drink). In my case I tried the Italian Wurst with onions and peppers with fries and a Mexican Cola. It was a delicious and satisfying lunch. My only gripe was that there buns aren't able to hold up to the hearty sausages and toppings so things can get a bit messy so be sure to grab some extra napkins.
Note also, parking is street only so you may have to walk a bit from your street spot but again, on a weekday there was plenty of parking nearby.
Bottom line, unique, good value and tasty and not busy at all for lunch.