Went here with some friends after a hiking trip. There is a bar/pub downstairs with a restaurant upstairs. The character is nice, but the quarters are tight and the building has obvious signs of age. That night a game was on so the bar was full, but service still seemed prompt at the bar, the restaurant was a little slower when we got our table. Several German beers available as well as some other craft brews. They have all the steins and weizen glasses you can use and even offer the beer boot. The food is good, a little pricey, but good. the goulash is nice and spicy and the schnitzel sandwich with some German mustard is ok, nothing spectacular. Both the barmaid and chef are from Germany. Overall a decent place for a German beer drinking evening.
AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 16/20