Coos Bay’s downtown restaurant serving German specialties and amazing seafood and, of course, a secret recipe chowder. Choose from 18 micro brews and imported beers on draft. The outdoor patio is open in the summer. Open Tues-Sat 4pm-8pm, Sunday 10am-2pm for brunch & 4pm-7pm for dinner.
I ate the barbecue brisket and it was tender and flavorful with a vinegary finish and it has become my standard against which I measure other restaurant brisket. The decor and music were delightful and it felt like a real get away to Bavaria.
Had a great time
Came in around 6 on a Sunday was seated very fast. Food came out quickly and dessert was to die for absolutely amazing !
An early evening meal. Excellent service and very good food served by a young lady. It had been a few years since we had eaten here, but the service. and food was friendly and delicious!
Wonderful food, huge portioms
Great dinner mixing up oysters as an appetizer and cabbage rolls as meal. Service was very good. We ate outside.
German cuisine on the coast
My wife and I discovered this German restaurant during an overnight stay in Coos Bay. German cuisine is not easy to find on the West Coast so we were curious. Both of our meals exceeded expectations. My Rouladen was possibly the best I've ever had and included potato pancakes, poached pear and red cabbage. My wife had local fried oysters and loved them. Entrees are generous and a great value in the mid $20's range and include two or three side dishes. All the typical hearty Germanic favorites on the menu: Sauerbraten, Rouladen, Schnitzel, Goulash, etc. Attentive service and a casual Bavarian atmosphere. Cocktails and wine are limited, but nice selection of local and German beers. They also offer some barbecue items and non-German dishes.