The Austrian take on fried meat is one of the best in the world, yet one you see relatively infrequently here, possibly due to all the extra tenderizing it requires. Schnitzel Haus isn't afraid to roll up their sleeves and pound that meat into delectable patties, accompanied by traditional sides like sauteed mushrooms, sauerkraut and all manner of potato preparations.
Of course, where there's schnitzel, there's also usually copious beer. The beer garden out back serves that particular need, with a wide variety of imports from Europe. Naturally, Oktoberfest is the prime time to be here, but constant footage of the celebrations in Munich shown on the house TVs ensure the mood is similarly festive no matter what time of year you happen to drop by.
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