Zum Jager-Haus

★★★★☆

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Mon. - Sun. 11am - 9pm
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Sunday, 5/4/08 Stopped by for dinner and found a quaint, old-fashioned German decorated place.
Sweet old-fashioned cooking and charm with lots of German knick-knacks, dishes and houseplants. It seemed that the menu may be as simple at times as is whatever the proprietor has made for the day! We just asked what was cooking and was told that today it was meatloaf or seasoned breaded pork chop.

For $14 apiece, dinners came with noodles with gravy, steamed cabbage, red beet salad, homemade apple sauce, rye bread, and dessert of Strawberries and Bavarian Cream. The owner sat with us while we dined and chatted and brought us each an ear of the sweetest steamed corn. It felt like we had walked into a country inn in Germany or a grandmother's gigantic dining room! Hoffbrauhouse Beer on tap imported from Munich for $3,00 a large glass. There were several locals imbibing at the bar and having a pleasant time.

There was a sign on the outside that said, Buffet $7.99 Tuesday through Thursday and a Pig Roast every third Saturday. Call to check on these details! The owner also cooks for parties.

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★★★★☆

Sunday, 5/4/08 Stopped by for dinner and found a quaint, old-fashioned German decorated place.
Sweet old-fashioned cooking and charm with lots of German knick-knacks, dishes and houseplants. It seemed that the menu may be as simple at times as is whatever the proprietor has made for the day! We just asked what was cooking and was told that today it was meatloaf or seasoned breaded pork chop.

For $14 apiece, dinners came with noodles with gravy, steamed cabbage, red beet salad, homemade apple sauce, rye bread, and dessert of Strawberries and Bavarian Cream. The owner sat with us while we dined and chatted and brought us each an ear of the sweetest steamed corn. It felt like we had walked into a country inn in Germany or a grandmother's gigantic dining room! Hoffbrauhouse Beer on tap imported from Munich for $3,00 a large glass. There were several locals imbibing at the bar and having a pleasant time.

There was a sign on the outside that said, Buffet $7.99 Tuesday through Thursday and a Pig Roast every third Saturday. Call to check on these details! The owner also cooks for parties.

Pros: Charming, old world German decoration and food, quiet and calming

 

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