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Despite the awful name, the food at this fervent advocate of Swiss cuisine is fantastic. Start with the oxtail-and-pig-foot terrine or the salad of butter lettuce and bacon with buttermilk dressing, then progress to roasted chicken with caramelized root veggies or roasted lamb saddle with mustard greens. For the organ eater, the veal kidneys in ale sauce will fit the bill. Even if you don't indulge in offal, the entree is worth ordering for its wonderful side of Swiss rosti;shredded potatoes pressed into a skillet and cooked with lots of fat. Or pick pizokle;tendril dumplings textured like tough noodles.
Two Words for this place...Holy Bananas! I'm fairly certain this place hasn't been around that long. Inside is like a beautiful exposed red brick home. They have German beers on tap and the food was sensational. I went there for brunch and was blown away by the menu selections. Even better was how they tasted ;) I've heard dinner here is even better, but I have yet to try it. I was there during the week when they were smoking their own meats (please hold your laughter) and they were really tasty. Nothing I tried was bad and everything I didn't try looked & sounded just as good. I would go back here anytime. Call ahead for reservations as seating is limited. Sweet!
"Hey, where's the fondue?" my date exclaimed as the apps began to arrive. There was a salad of butter lettuce and bacon ($9.50), each leaf coated with a wholesome buttermilk dressing, andits polar oppositea dark slice of gelatinous terrine in... More »
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