We wanted to get some sauerbrauten....so off we went. Bit of a drive for us, but worth it. We were seated upstairs and started with the soft pretzel with two sauces and a roasted red pepper soup, both very good. We both ordered the sauerbrauten with 2 sides each of creamed corn, spatzle, potato pancakes w apple sauce and sour cream (only available certain nights, it seems), and potato dumplings. All very good, but might not get the dumplings next time. Accompanying dinner we had a couple good glasses of red wine, then the baked Alaska for dessert (must order a day ahead). Way too much to eat, but the baked Alaska was a neat experience for a special occasion. Eating quarters on the side tables upstairs are a little cramped and cozy, but tables upstairs and downstairs allow for more elbow room. Became a bit noisy upstairs as well. Overall, we'll go back! Great for birthdays and larger gatherings, but not so much romance. We paid $103.16 plus tip. You could easily scale that back.