My wife and I had dinner here during U.S. Open week, mid-week around 8:00 pm, and it was unexpectedly noisy, but it sort of has a beer hall atmosphere, so this shouldn't have come as a big surprise to us, there was no quiet seat in the house. We were not into sampling or drinking beers, but were hoping for some good German food, and we were not disappointed. We ordered the Vienna style schnitzel with spatzle and it was delicious. We ordered a very nice bottle of Riesling to accompany and we quite enjoyed ourselves, and settled into the noise after a few glasses. For dessert we had strudel, and it was fairly good, but we have had better. Very good food worthy of an above average rating, but not 5 star. Note on service, it was what I would describe as"youthful" - very laid back and casual without being offensive, but not experienced enough to know all the etiquette involved in establishing a "5-star service" rating.