We've been stopping for years at the Edelweiss restaurant and each time I am taken with how much it reminds me of the little bierstueben that dotted the back roads of country Bavaria long ago, when I lived there. It has excellent atmosphere, especially on Friday nights, when a local accordion group plays lively German tunes. Prices are reasonable. I alternate between the vegetarian plate and sauerbraten, both quite good and my husband recommends the Rinderbraten (beef) and the Stroganoff special (though he bemoans the lack of a starch underpinning to the Stroganoff.) The bread (real "brotchen," that we purchase by the bagful from them) is delivered warm and practically floats out of its basket. The side vegetables remind me of vegetable sides found in many Southern eateries--somewhat overcooked, but well-seasoned and comfy. In warmer weather one can sit outside on a comfortable porch. It's well worth stopping, especially when you're looking for a pleasant break from Interstate driving.
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