There are a number of places called beer gardens in the US that market themselves as German because they serve beer in large glasses and serve cheap American hotdogs and call them wurst. Real German food, even at moderately priced pubs in Germany, has a wide variety of great tastes, with delicate fresh vegetables and salads, light and airy noodles and dumplings, very tender cuts of meat (and, of course, very good beer), and creamy desserts which are not dripping with sugar. This restaurant is one of only two or three in the whole United States that I have found that serves anything close to authentic German food. If you have been to Germany and are missing all those wonderful foods (including real brezels!) this is the place; it would hold its own with any restaurant serving standard cuisine in Germany.
The only odd thing is that they don't serve coffee!
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