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Glockenspiel is St. Paul"s counterpart to the Black Forest Inn, a family-owned restaurant serving traditional German favorites like schnitzel stroganoff, sauerbraten, and wursts. As delightful as a cuckoo clock, this restaurant is filled with tchotchkes-nutcrackers, hand-painted plates and ceiling tins, beer steins, and beer barrels that create a homey atmosphere. You can also drink beer out of a giant glass boot, charmingly called "das boot," so how can you go wrong? The atmosphere is joyful and boisterous, especially on weekends, when you might be serenaded by a lederhosen-clad accordionist, tuba player, or yodeler.
Glockenspiel $6.75 Glockenspiel 605 W. Seventh St., St. Paul 651.292.9421 There is much talk in the drink world about cocktails made with beer. And while most people like their beer unmolested, ther... More »
Glockenspiel 605 W. Seventh St., St. Paul; (651) 292-9421 Hours: Daily 11:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m. For the purposes of this review, let us divide the world in half: On one side are those who don't mind blood sausage and head cheese but who... More »
This was they very first German restaurant I was taken to when I moved to the Twin Cities. It is quite good. The food is superb, and the service is quick. Their beer selection is pretty good, and the schnitzels and wursts are top notch. My only problem with the place is that it is in St. Paul, so I don't get out to it as often as I would like.
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