We stopped here on a Saturday, probably around 4:00. It was unusually warm out and we got a table in the back in the beer garden. The atmosphere is really nice, large area, lots of seating. There is a tall wall surrounding the whole backyard so you don't see the road or hear any cars drive by.
Good craft, German and Belgium beer selection. The food was good. We had the spatzle mac & cheese, good and creamy, crispy bacon. The french onion sliders were also good, they were on the rare side and could have been cooked slightly more, but still good and juicy.
For dessert we got the brownie sundae with cookie dough. I liked the brownie; it was fudgy and very rich. I didn't like the cookie dough part though. Also it only had a tiny scoop of ice cream which was misleading for an ice cream sundae.
We would come back again though. Seems like this place probably gets busy on weekend evenings. We easily got a parking spot in the large pay lot across the street when we arrived, but when we left around 6pm the lot was totally full.
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