GASTHAUS: got 'kraut?

Louisville's ONLY German Restaurant

Fall Salad/ Hexensuppe/ Hasenpfeffer

Our new specials until Nov 5 are:

Fall Salad………………………..$9.50

Fall Salad

Mixed salad greens, goat cheese, red onions, Granny Smith apples and pomegranate seeds tossed in a whole grain mustard vinaigrette topped with Pecans.

 

 Witches Brew Soup (Hexensuppe)……………………….$7

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A slightly spicy soup with pickled cabbage, tomatoes, mushrooms, ground beef and bits of tender beef, corn, banana peppers, bell peppers, finished off with some sour cream (also called Hexen Suppe or Witch’s Brew)

 

Hasenpfeffer………………………..$24.50

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A traditional German fall dish. Tender pieces of marinated and slowly pot-roasted rabbit, served with spätzle and red cabbage.

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LIVE Accordion Music on 10/20

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Harvest Salad/ Cream of Brussels Sprout Soup/ Beer Roast

Our new specials until Oct 22:

Harvest Salad………………………..$8.50

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Mixed Salad Greens, shaved Granny Smith Apples, dried cranberries, carrots and caramelized walnuts tossed in a champagne vinaigrette



 

Cream of Brussels sprout soup with bacon………………………..$7

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Bavarian Beer Roast………………………..$20

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Tender pork loin slowly oven roasted in Ayinger Ur Weisse Dark Wheat Beer and vegetables served with red cabbage and spätzle.

October 11, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

October 6: Happy German-American Day

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German-American Day or Deutsch-Amerikanischer Tag is a holiday in the United States, observed annually on October 6. The holiday, which celebrates German American heritage, commemorates the date in 1683 when 13 German families from Krefeld, near the Rhine, landed in Philadelphia. These families subsequently founded Germantown, Pennsylvania, the first German settlement in the original thirteen American colonies,[1] and organized the first petition in the English colonies to abolish slavery in 1688. Originally known under the rubric of “German Day”, the holiday was celebrated for the first time in Philadelphia in 1883, on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the arrival of the settlers from Krefeld; and similar celebrations developed later in other parts of the country.[2] The custom died out during World War I as a result of the anti-German sentiment that prevailed at the time.[1] The holiday was revived in 1983.

In 1983, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed October 6 as German-American Day to celebrate and honor the 300th anniversary of German American immigration and culture to the United States.[3] On August 6, 1987, Congress approved S.J. Resolution 108, designating October 6, 1987, as German-American Day. It became Public Law 100-104 when President Reagan signed it on August 18. A proclamation (#5719) to this effect was issued October 2, 1987, by President Reagan in a formal ceremony in the White House Rose Garden, at which time the President called on Americans to observe the Day with appropriate ceremonies and activities.

(source: Wikipedia)

Now go hug your German friends 🙂

October 6, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | , , | Leave a comment

Hasenpfeffer is coming!!

The wait is almost over.

Hasenpfeffer, a traditional German fall dish, will be our special starting October 25!!

~Don’t miss out and call for your reservation soon~

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