We really enjoyed our beer, pretzel, and brats. Food was tasty and fresh and the service was friendly and helpful. A great spot to drop in after working up an appetite in the mountains all day.
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When I order a ham and cheese sandwich, I would think that it would have maybe, just maybe, a 1/4" of ham and cheese on it. Their speck and cheese didn't. Just darn near had to put my glasses on to see what was on...More
Take advantage of a beautiful day and sit out on the patio. Be adventurous when you pick out your sausages, it is hard to go wrong. The guys behind the counter are fantastic and friendly and will answer any of your questions.
Cool place. Small, quaint, sit inside or outside, casual, and good. You walk into organized chaos as this place is popular even mid afternoon. Order your food and wait... but not very long. What comes out to your table is simply deliciousness in a basket...More
The sausage sampler is available with a choice of 3 or 4 different sausages, but there are about three times more varieties available. You need a few trips here to sample them all. My favorites so far are the buffalo sausage and the Elk sausage....More
This is a fairly small place with picnic tables on the inside and some outside tables. It definitely resembles a small German beer house in that regard. The tap selection was six good beers including a Belgian Tripel. They had many more in cans and...More
First time visiting this unique place. A good selection of German, Belgian and other beers and a smaller selection of German wines. We sat outside and thoroughly enjoyed the local atmosphere of Frisco. Ate the Brotzeit Teller, an assortment of meats, cheeses, pickles veggies, bread...More