Posts Tagged ‘german food

(map) Fredericksburg is famous for featuring great German food, beer, wine and live music. Some spots in town afford you all of that in one place, like this one. On a gorgeous day, the tree-shaded patio makes a fun

UPDATE: closed (map) Spicewood’s favorite German restaurant just opened a new bakery inside, next to the dance floor. In addition to cookies, they’re baking up fresh kolaches on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. There are fillings like cream cheese and peaches, as well as some fantastic stuffings of

UPDATE: closed (map) One bite of this delicious spread, and you could be forgiven for thinking “obatzda” means “heavenly” in German. This appetizer is a blend of braunschweiger, or liver pate, with softened brie cheese and butter. Spread it on the freshly baked, piping-hot pretzel rolls, add a little homemade mustard, and say, “danke.” Ilsa’s […]

These German treats have just started appearing out here. Local baker Lisa says that the name refers to a certain style of pretzel with thin “arms” and a plump, full middle. She bakes them fresh every day so they’re always soft and chewy. Available in four flavors: plain salted, mustard and cracked pepper, jalapeno-cheddar, and […]


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