October 17th -October 20th
Kasseler Rippchen $29.95
Home brined and slow smoked with Applewood; the bone-in pork loin is then roasted with sauerkraut and served as a double cut smoked chop, with sauerkraut and spaetzle.
Schweine Haxen $28.95
Whole bone-in pork shank slowly braised in an Oktoberfest beer sauce and pan fried spaetzle.
USDA Angus beef roast brined for 14 days in red wine, vinegar, herbs, and spices then braised with root vegetables and finished with its own drippings.
“The most popular German dish”
Beir Fisch $28.95
Fresh salmon filet pan seared and served with
whole grain mustard beer sauce.
Wiener Schnitzel A La Holstein
Medallions of veal dredged in fresh crumbs and sautéed topped with a sunny side up egg.
Full menu available