We stumbled upon the restaurant after visiting the winery. It was a beautiful setting overlooking the lake. It was a Tuesday afternoon in October and it was packed. The hostess seemed a little overwhelmed and at first told us she could not help us because there were too many reservations but eventually she found us a table inside the Inn. Once inside everything went well, the bread was amazing, warm and fresh. I ordered the sauerbraten and my husband had the veal shank. Both dishes were very good and different from what we eat everyday. The best part of the meal was definitely the dessert, try to save room it was definitely worth it
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