GASTHAUS: got 'kraut?

Louisville's ONLY German Restaurant

Dining al fresco

Sunday’s storm, which brought remnants of Hurricane Ike to the Kentuckiana area, knocked out power to 270,000 households. Five days later as I am writing this more than 100,000 are still without power.
But we are going strong here at the Gasthaus, the only problem we’ve had is we are without air conditioning. But per request by some of our guests we placed tables outside and were able to serve them our yummy food right outside our doors. See pictures:

Waitress Jill serves her customers outside the doors of the Gasthaus.

Waitress Jill serves her customers outside the doors of the Gasthaus.

 

No oompah music here, but a full moon provided a nice atmosphere.

No oompah music here, but a full moon provided a nice atmosphere.

On Saturday we still had no AC and decided to place more tables outside.

On Saturday we still had no AC and decided to place more tables outside.

We had tables all the way up to Ginna's.

We had tables all the way up to Ginna's

Do you recognize anyone in this picture?

Do you recognize anyone in this picture?

September 18, 2008 Posted by | German, Louisville, Restaurant | | Leave a comment

Strudel Baking Demonstration

hgrs_07-scr.jpg

Join us on Friday, March 7 at 11:00 a.m. when Annemarie will give a baking demonstration at the Trend Appliances Home Garden & Remodeling Show at the Kentucky Expo Center North and South Wing A.  She will make her popular Apfelstrudel.For more info: http://www.thetrend.com 

March 5, 2008 Posted by | Cooking Demonstration, Event, Food, German, Kentucky, Louisville, Restaurant | Leave a comment

got ‘kraut?

Welcome to “got ‘kraut?” – the Gasthaus’ new blog. Here you’ll find useful and interesting information on Louisville’s finest German restaurant.

Please check back with us as we’ll be updating this site with upcoming events and new specials.

Tschüssi,

your Gasthaus Team

January 22, 2008 Posted by | Food, German, Kentucky, Louisville, Restaurant | Leave a comment

   

%d bloggers like this: