It is a German restaurant. Our experience was that the food was very good and the service was very good. There are lots of German beers on the menu that are served in mugs that match the names of the beers. However, there are no visible signs of where the beers are located, so for all I know they may have served me the same beers in different mugs. How am I to know?
The problem with this place is that it does not look or feel like a German restaurant. Perhaps, when there is live music on Friday and Saturday nights, it might be better, but the ceiling is not finished, there is no wood paneling to be found, and the tables and chairs are cheap, not solid wood. And there are no cozy booths that you would find in any restaurant in Germany. Come on folks, invest some money in your building.
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