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Everything in Zur Kate has a German flair, not just the authentic cuisine. The walls are covered with paintings, flags, and other memorabilia from the Old Country, and there's... More »
More charm per square foot than just about any place in the Valley, with portraits of King Ludwig II, embroidered tablecloths, lederhosen hanging from the ceiling, and... More »
Looking for a light, nutritious meal? Look again. This is food you want to eat before you start a one-month fast. Huge helpings of hearty, tasty German... More »
Live oom-pah-pah music, waitresses decked out in cute dirndl dresses, and more than 25 German beers on tap certainly give Black Forest Mill a... More »
Art lovers have Bosch's The Garden of Earthly Delights, Springsteen (and Jerry Maguire) fans have their "Secret Garden," but when it comes to a place where malted barley is cultivated like the most delicate of seedlings, a beer garden may be the one place nearly every hophead craves a romp through.
Six months ago, restaurateur Dave Andrea (formerly with Old Town...
How often do you go out for German food?
Probably not that frequently, considering there are only a handful of places in the entire Valley that serve it. I admit, I don't indulge in it that often, either. But not because it's too exotic. If anything, it's too close to home for me I was already sort of raised on the stuff.
Growing up in Pennsylvania, half the people I knew...
Meat. Fat. Salt. Flour. Potatoes. Cabbage. If this list doesn't make you drool, German dining probably isn't for you. If you like green things other than garnishes on your plate, traditional Teutonic food isn't likely to rise über alles among world cuisines in your estimation.
But if you (like me, alas) enjoy a chlorophyll-free diet, there are several worthwhile German eateries...
I have only been to Brat Haus once, but they have an amazing beer selection. They have some really random and unique Belgian beers that you can't find anywhere else in the valley. The bar is small, but the bartender is nice and the atmosphere is great. Imagine Oktoberfest here! Oh, and they have DAS BOOT!!! You can drink from a boot. I was so happy, I bought one to...Read Full Review
The food here was decent, nothing to rave about. The atmosphere was a little strange. I know it is east Mesa, but the place looked like it was designed in the 80s and didn't have any improvements since. About half way through our meal someone had to be forcefully removed from the bar area.Read Full Review
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