This past weekend (Memorial Day weekend) we had friends visiting from Washington D.C. I had mentioned a quaint German restaurant to them but we had already dined out several times on the day they were leaving. Then as they were packing up my friend said "do you remember the German restaurant you suggested?" I said of course and we headed to the Alpine Haus before they left to go to Houston. As always this New Braunfels secret and special place had excellent German food (sausages, schnitzels, soups, red cabbage & potato salad) a much quieter ambiance than the other 2 German restaurants in town, a nice selection of German beer and wonderful service from a 3-generation family-run restaurant. It's a bit hard to find but look across the street from the famous Faust Hotel and tucked back from the street (S.Seguin) in a historical building there you will find a quaint cottage and New Braunfels best kept food secret. The sign out front is small. I hope you find it.
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