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Despite its diminutive appearance, the Ambry has a maze of tables and booths and a healthy-sized bar from which to consume the thickest, frothiest brews in town. Beer steins adorn shelves, shadow boxes contain trinkets, and numerous woodwind instruments dangle from the ceiling. The crowded bar boasts a row of topped-off steins, and soccer team flags and fake flowers decorate the little alcohol-vending alcove. Dark and packed with more tchotchkes than your grandma's apartment, the Ambry looks every bit of its 30 year pedigree. From the outside, it looks like a medieval castle with German and American flags on the ramparts. Inside, the dark, winding corridors reveal private rooms anchored by warm hearths. Up front is a bar that's covered with so much German soccer memorabilia you'd half expect to find World Cup hero Bastian Schweinsteiger chilling there with a pint of Tucher Hefeweizen in hand. Instead you'll find plenty of regulars hoisting decorative steins, eating ruby-hued prime rib specials, and noshing on supple, house-made sausages with rustic mustard sauce. A great place to drink, and good for a bite, too.
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My family is German and I grew up with great food, but this place is the real deal, very authentic. The best thing is the early birds from 5-6pm which give you a salad bar and dessert and something different (but also has alot of basic menu items, steak, fish, if you don't want the german fare). for anywhere from 12.00 to 16.00 bucks. Also great beer and the best knockwurst and Black Forest cake ever!
I have only been to the Ambry once but it was a delicious treat! Traditional German Fare, amazing food and great service!! If you are looking for a great place to go that isnt to crowded and is authentic this is the place for you! Oh and all the authentic german beer you can drink!
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