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These are some restaurants and mini reviews by some of our readers from the German Goodies Newsletter,

I am working on the page so that will have all the restuarants organized by states.

If you know of another good German Restaurant please email me at;

Stephen@kitchenproject.com

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Oma's Haus

541 S State Highway 46
New Braunfels, TX 78130-2840
(830) 625-3280

My new husband and I just spend a weekend in New Braunfels, Texas.....it's a small German community that has an attraction called......"Schlitterbahn" which is a giant water park that takes about 2 days to enjoy all the rides. New Braunfels has a German Restaurant called "Oma's Haus".....it also has some very good German Food and a bakery for those that like German cakes.....Yummmmy!!!!

Patrizia

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The Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter



8390 Lofton Ave N
Stillwater, MN 55082
(651) 439-7128

The Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter in Stillwater , Minnesota is fabulous. It has the most ethnic food choices and remains pure German. Their Sauerbraten is fabulous. Take a look at their website, and come up and visit!

Valerie King

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I am a German-American native of Chicago Illinois, we have many excellent German restaurants in the midwest, but I'm going to point you to my two very favorite ones.

The Chicago Brau Haus


4732 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60625-2010
(773) 784-4444

The Chicago Brau Haus is one of many excellent restaurants located around Chicago's historically German neighborhood of Lincoln Square. The food and atmosphere are excellent, as is the selection of beers and wines from Germany, and around the world. The specialties are Bavarian, and there is music and dancing every night, and especially around the various Germanic festivals in the neighborhood - Midsummer, Oktoberfest, and the Kristkindlemarket in the winter. There is lots of great stuff to see and do in Lincoln Square, and don't miss the section of the Berlin Wall installed in the lobby of the elevated train station (our "El train" like a subway but usually elevated rather than below ground) right there at Western Avenue, as well as many German shops and the Dank Haus German American cultural center. Plenty of Gemutleikeit!

Carolyn

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The Schnitzelbank Restaurant




393 Third Avenue,
Jasper, Indiana 47546
(812) 482-2640

The Schnitzelbank is in southern Indiana, and it has both a nice atmosphere, and the very best pickled salad items I have ever had the pleasure to enjoy, as good as I ever had visiting Germany. (All fo their food is excellent, but I am especially partial to pickled items, salad, and herring - yum!) They are worth a visit - worth a road-trip to visit!

Thanks again for the truly enjoyable site, & keep well,

Carolyn

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