Hubby and I stopped here for lunch during a 2-week road trip exploring the Pacific Northwest. We'd been driving for some time and were getting pretty darn hungry, so when we got to Mt. Angel we started searching for a restaurant. Nothing we saw looked very good. Hubby decided to take another spin through town - this time off the highway - and while driving randomly through side streets he made a turn and there it was...The Glockenspiel. The building and clock tower are SO impressive! And, since hubby is German (and I played the Glockenspiel in our high school marching band <grin>), of course we had to stop. The lunch menu is quite varied and reasonably priced. The service was a little slow at first, but I gave the waitress a break for not taking our order sooner because a large table's food had just come up. She did stop at our table to say she'd be right with us; and once she took our order, our service was very good. Hubby had the sausage plate, which he declared was excellent. I had the Wiener Schnitzel, which was moist but not greasy, and very good. I recommend it. We're very glad we found The Glockenspiel and ate there: if we're ever in Mt. Angel again, we'll certainly eat there again.