We happened upon this place after a local farmer pointed us in this direction; totally off the beaten path of us tourists driving from Hallstadt, Austria to Schwangau, Germany. Boy was it a great reward for getting a little lost. The view is beautiful as you are quite a ways out in the countryside with nothing around but the small town in the distance with the church spire, mountains in the distance and meandering cows just path the parking lot. We had very good food here and great beer. The service was very friendly. You have to intentionally seek this place out as it won't be on your tourist radar, but with the recommendation of a local farmer and church groundskeeper as his FAVORITE place to ride his bike to for a meal and a "sundowner" (his late afternoon beer) you won't go wrong here. And, they have some cool beer glasses you can buy....not that there aren't a million chances to buy beer glasses in Germany! If you can spare the time, go out of your way to venture to this place and spend some time here. Just east of here about 5-10 minutes we stumbled upon a church outside the town of Reitham; the church is located at the intersection of road MB10 and the road leading north out of Reitham. The groundskeeper was mowing the lawn and stopped to talk to us. He explained that the farm fields just surrounding the church are the burial grounds for thousands of people in this region that died during the plague (he called it "black pockets") in the mid-1300's. Today, he explained, not even the local residents are aware any more of what lies beneath these fields as most have forgotten about it. Very interesting; especially to have just happended upon it by the random turn of a rental car wheel. That's what traveling in Europe is all about!
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